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Methodist College 

CARILLON 1992-1993 

Fayetteville, NC 283 1 1 

Volume XXX 

Table of Contents 



Campus Life 

Graduation 

Portraits 

Faculty, Staff, and Administration. 

Clubs and Organizations 

Athletics 

* 'K EEPING AN OPEN MIND" 

Current Events 

Addresses 

Advertisements 

Editors' Note 



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Adam Herod and Todd Jacobs heft a huge box toward 
the guys' dorms as "MOM" reaches for a suitcase. 

"Veterans" Jon Anderson and Ed McEnroe greet a new- 
comer from New Jersey and his parents in the lobby of 
Cumberland Dorm. 






Reverend Carrie Parrish assures parents "Everything 
will be just fine," during the arrival of students at Weaver 
Dorm. 




Even non-Methodist College students can get into the 
act. Chip Hart helps Kelly Riggan's dad "lift that bail" 
to move Kellv into Weaver. 



MC Students Are MOVIN' IN 



Students returning to Gar- 
ber Dorm found a whole 
new environment when 
they came back in August. Over 
the summer "the powers that be" 
had a wall built down the middle 
of Garber separating the halves 
into male and female dorms in 
order to alleviate the overcrowd- 
ing of male dorm students. Some 
returners had to be moved to the 
other side of the "frosted glass 
curtain" to facilitate the dorm's 
transformation. Now, instead of 



men living on the ground floor 
and women on the top two, men 
live on the west side of the wall 
and women live on the east side. 
Though some students have been 
less than satisfied with the 
change, everyone seems to have 
settled in and gotten used to it. 
Other changes in the dorms in- 
clude new single doors to replace 
the double doors which used to 
be there (a change which oc- 
curred over the summer) and new 
carpeting installed in Garber and 



Weaver dorms in late March and 
early April. 

What's next for the dorms? 
Rumor has it that the apart- 
ments will be reopened to stu- 
dents in the coming year and that 
there is to be a new dorm built 
(and we're gonna' rent out the 
Radisson and we'll start getting 
room service, and all the dorms 
will go co-ed . . . and monkeys 
might — well, you know). # 




President Clinton helps Chelsea move into 
Weaver Dorm — actually, Nanette Regan 
and her dad take a break from moving 
to mug for the camera. 



Ever-smiling senior Heather Tomerlin Resident Assistants Stephanie Thomp- 
totes "stuff into Weaver Dorm as she son, DeLana Epps, Medina Jones, and 
returns for year number three at Meth- Colette Gilligan get newcomers Jenna 
odist. L'ppinghouse and Ana Rodriguez settled 

into Weaver Dorm. 



HANGIN' OUT 



lthought education is the top pri- 
ority, students at Methodist College 
soften find time to hang out and re- 
lax with their friends. One can almost always 
find students loafing around in the student 
union (now known as the Berns Student 
Center) where they can play pool, ping-pong, 
and arcade games. However, with the first 
days of spring, masses of students set up camp 
outside. On a sunny day, the ground is cov- 
ered with young bodies seeking a great tan 
and eager athletes throwing balls and fris- 
bees through the air. There are also many 



students taking advantage of the outside vol- 
leyball and basketball courts. For those who 
like to stay where it's cool, the newly car- 
peted and furnished dorm lobbies are a great 
place to chill and to enjoy the large screen 
televisions. The nature trails at Methodist 
provide a scenic place for those who like to 
commune with nature as well as with their 
friends. When all is said and done, Meth- 
odist College offers many quality places and 
activities to help its students relax and make 
friends. 



Bill Capobianco, Doug Simpson, Ed McEnroe, Joe Myr- 
tle, and Micah Lo»ette check out the latest sports on 
the Cumberland lobby TV. 

Jenifer Nee, Wendy Stone, and Paul Knight eat lunch 
and listen to the band playing by the fountain on Home- 
coming Day. 

Ray Outlaw and Lisa Rogers hang out on the new walk- 
way around the student union — the walkway was built 
last year to make the college more "Handicapped- Ac- 
cessible.'" 





Stefan Stefansson and friend play ping-pong in the Stu- 
dent Union while other students vote for class officers 

Students, alumni, and children celebrated and played 
together at the kiddie carnival held on Homecoming 
Day. 



Nurse Sandra Combs, dorm director Ad- 
riane Williams, and students Kevin Combs 
and Bobbie Oates. among others. Share 
the Warmth by cutting wood for the less 
fortunate in our community. 



Lady Monarch Anne Uleman helps a 
youth in Special Olympics to achieve a 
goal. 








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MC Shows 
MONARCH PRIDE 



~~ "ethodist College stu- 
dents haven't always 
-shown exemplary 
support for their teams. How- 
ever, in recent years the amount 
of school spirit has risen to 
higher levels, because of (in 
spite of?) team performances. 
The type of spirit shown now is 
different from that of earlier 
days when soap suds were 
thrown into the fountain and 
nude males went streaking 
across campus with bags on 
their heads. Students show up 
at games with colorful signs 
supporting our teams and 



scream chants to encourage the 
players. "What happened to the 
days of old?" some might ask. 
We'll make legends of our own. 
Monarch Pride is also shown 
when students give of them- 
selves to the community. Some 
participated in Share the 
Warmth, while others partici- 
pated in the Special Olympics 
held here and helped give de- 
velopmentally disabled kids not 
only the memory of a fun-filled 
day, but also a sense of accom- 
plishment that can never be 
taken away from them. 



Angie Garner helps to lift this Special 
Olympics child to the goal, and succeeds 
in lifting her spirits as well. 







HIP-HOP HOORAY! HO! MC Let's Go! 
Enthusiastic Methodist College students 
invade Greensboro College to cheer on 
the soccer team. 

"Gimme Five!" Monarch basketball 
players Shawn Cucciardi and Andy Smith 
teach a Special Olympics contestant the 
secrets of the basketball slaps. Better 
watch out behind. 

How much wood would a woodchuck 
chuck . . .? Just ask this grimacing stu- 
dent who chopped wood for the Share the 
Warmth project. 



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Yes, eventually everyone has to go to class. Anyone for 
tennis physics? 

Justin Carey presents an award to a less than excited 
youth during a summer soccer camp hosted by the 
Methodist College soccer teams. 



Does the 
MC Campus 
have a life? 



" " ure it does. Whether basking in the 
sun, out on the golf course, kicking 
. around a soccer ball, or "making a joy- 
ful noise," Methodist College students are 
out there making their collective presence 
known. While some students concentrate 
their efforts on athletics, on theatre, and even 
on (*gasp*) academics, others look to the 
community whether in the form of interships 
(such as golfers at King's Grant or com- 
munications students at Channel 40) or vol- 
unteer work (like being a big sister at E.E. 
Smith). 

Still other students get involved in con- 
troversial events. Several students (and even 
an instructor or two) went to the Cumber- 
land County Public Library to voice their 



opinions about the possible banning of two 
books about children with gay parents. A 
bunch of students gave helping hands to the 
presidential races in November as well. 

Students show they care about the college 
as well when they particpate in such events 
as Show You Care Day and perform such 
tasks as cleaning out the nature trails and 
laying bricks (no sick giggles, please) to make 
walkways in the dorm parking lots. 

All work and no play makes Janie a dull 
co-ed. Somehow students always find time 
to watch a ball game or two, and still more 
time to cheer when their favorite team wins. 
To paraphrase an old adage: a campus that 
plays together, stays together. 





Rev. Carrie Parrish, Sammy Hudson, and 
Kelly Cap sing "praises" during an FCA 
meeting while Susie Ryan prepares her 
critique of the performance. 

Warm sunshine, dedicated fans, and Alan ' 
Coheley are always a welcome sight at 
the soccer field. 




Ken Hoey (in the green jersey) shows the 
opposing team how real soccer players 
move down the field — i.e. How the game 
is played in Ireland. 




Is this the goal of our PGM program? The annual Methodist College cclcbra- 
To have pretty golf carts and grounds and tion of the Moravian Love Feast was once 
to be visited by loads and loads of people? again a spiritually enlightening success. 
It would be nice, but for now we only gaze 
longingly at King's Grant and dream. 



More see-ings and 
doings around Campus 



^'ho were those masked 

men? They were the ones 

responsible for removing the as- 



ery. What's a little noise com- thespians, and other assorted stu- 
pared to breathing room? dents to places far and away. And 

Garber Hall sunbathers also there's always the transition from 



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all over campus, the plastic tub- in the land of Methodist, though, 
ing straight out of E.T., and heard We have a new, comfy bus with 
that incessant hum of machin- which to transport our athletes, 



marvel at how much the colle 
changes while still remaining t 
same ole' Methodist. 




"C'mere, Baby!" Number 1 1 Jamelle 
Usbery tries to escape the clutches of a 
Davidson tackle. 

"The sky is falling! The sky is falling!" 
No, it's just Garber Dorm's ceiling. Gar- 
ber's roof was repaired in November and 
December of 1992, but not before scaring 
and annoying 3rd floor residents. 




POP 



"Hablee, hablee, that's all folks!" Tim 
Benfield does his best Porky imitation as 
he takes a sponge bath for S.I.F.E. 



"No strings attached?" An MC tennis 
instructor shows Lori Pickrel, Foo Hwa 
Kong, Scott Pickrel, and Branimir Ilic how 

to string a tennis racket. 



"I vant your blood!" Head Librarian Su- 
san Pulsipher donates blood to the Blood 
Assurance Plan of Cumberland County. 
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More Campus 
Lives 



Ihink about all of the sto- 
ries your parents have 
about when they went to 
school. Walking ten miles in the 
snow uphill both ways just to get 
to class — poor babies. Well, we 
got our snow this year!! But we 
don't need a little snow to give 
us juicy stories. We all have 
memories of a friend who had a 
really bad blind date, or know 
someone who sustained an injury 
not related to the sporting field, 



or held the hand of someone who 
just needed a friend there for 
support. The world changes 
around us every second. In our 
search for life on campus, we just 
might find the life that goes on 
around us, or more importantly, 
that life which springs from 
within us all. 

Coach McEvoy pulls the guys together 
for a quick change of plan during a heat- 
ed moment in the game. 





Newcomer Theresa Carlevaro, veteran 
jeannie denman, and alumna Lorie San- 
uita, a.k.a. The Three T'z, relax at the 
ATfi booth at the Homecoming Day Kid- 
die Carnival 




Could these guys be John Goff and Rob 
Pilewski? Whoever they are, they're sure 
digging up the turf out on the driving 
range. 



Retired Air Force chaplain L. Wilson 
Strickhausen portrayed the apostle Peter 
in chapel on Wednesday, 3 1 March 1993. 




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Methodist College Alumni were welcomed and honored 
at Homecoming. 



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WELCOME ALUMNI 







Colette Gilligan takes the ball at the Homecoming soc- 
cer game. 




Exchange professor Paul Zheng enjoys playing with one 
of the toys for sale at the Kiddie Carnival. 



HOMECOMING 

1992 



omecoming Day 1992 was a day 
filled with much laughter, joy, and 
.disappointment. Although Meth- 
jdist lost the Homecoming football game, 
we pulled out victories in other areas such 
as soccer. The October day was a little chilly, 
but not cold enough to keep away Methodist 
College students and alumni. 

There were also a number of children 
present who along with their families en- 
joyed the kiddie carnival put on by the SCEC 
(Student Club for Exceptional Children) as 
a fundraiser. After the weather warmed up 



somewhat, the tables were spread and a pic- 
nic-style lunch was served. Then, to brighten 
things up just a little more, the Methodist 
College Chorus sang a selection of numbers 
followed by a performance by the Jazz Band. 
Royalty soon approached as Nanette Regan 
and LeRoy McCullough (Homecoming 
Queen and King) mingled with the crowd. 
The whole day sparked memories for the 
many alumni who came to Methodist Col- 
lege to socialize, remember, and dance the 
night away at the Homecoming Dance. 





Trisha Stem makes a smooth landing from a brief flight 
while the Methodist Cheerleaders prepare for the up- 
coming game. 



Demetrus McCollum and Jake Rygalski (son of Social 
Work major Shannon Rygalski) share their manliness 
with the camera. 



Rebecca Wilson, Gayle Anderson, Tony Butler, Bethany 
Surridge, David Teague, Heather Lani, and Holly Butler 

sell candy, balloons and bird calls at the theatre pro- 
duction of Carnival. 

Lane Wray plays a clepto bellhop in Two by Tennessee 
(Amy Currie's senior project). 

The Methodist College Chorus puts on the ritz for the 
alumni and students present at Homecoming. 




Art is an expression and what could show more ex- Schizophrenic artist or quadruplets? We may never Artist Yuka Sugiyama and friend Miok Im stand proudly 
pression than a face. This painting was displayed in the know, but this work of art definitely provokes some in front of her nude depiction displayed in the Mallet- 
Mallet-Rogers House. thought. Rogers House. This piece of art definitely has the "bare" 

essentials necessary to become a masterpiece. 



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Dr. Mary Frances Boyce and Lynda Beard break in the 
harpsichord which they built this year. 



Who says harpsichords are old? This one was just built 
by Dr. Boyce and Lynda Beard. 



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Music! Music! Music! 



The Methodist College Music Depart- 
ment has done some exciting things this year. 
The MC Chorus has been busy doing things 
ranging from fundraisers (washing cars and 
selling doughnuts) to vacationing in the Ba- 
hamas over Winter Break, as well as singing 
at many school events. The Stage Band has 
made appearances at several events, and even 
had its own concert during the Dogwood 
Festival. Rainbow's End tours their talents 
to schools, churches, and community func- 
tions. They even had the opportunity in Feb- 
ruary to sing with the Chapel Choir from 
Paichai University in South Korea when that 
group came to Methodist. 

Perhaps one of the most exciting events in 



the Music Department was the dedication 
of the harpsichord built by Lynda Beard and 
Dr. Boyce. The dedication took place on April 
17 in the Alumni Dining Room and included 
a recital with Lynda Beard playing the new 
harpsichord and Dr. Boyce playing the vi- 
olin. The new harpsichord was also featured 
during the chorus's spring concert on April 
25, when Jane Weeks Gardiner accompa- 
nied the chorus in a performance of a Bach 
cantata. In the future, the harpsichord will 
be used as a solo instrument by the piano 
faculty and as a chamber music instrument 
by the Methodist College Chamber Music 
Ensemble. 





Mr. Porter showin' his stuff while conducting. 



(left to right) Steve Mattulat, Rachel Juren, April Pitts, 

and Craig Wille after a chorus performance during the 
Kiddie Carnival. 



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Waylinda Royal (far left) was featured Amy Currie's Senior Project, Two by 
in the interterm project Year of the Tennessee (above right), was a pair of 
Woman. Tennessee Williams plays. 



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Mr. Bloodworth, Brian Dougherty, Shannon Bailey, and 
Melinda Harden in Lion in Winter. 




Theatre brings art to life. 




This year has possibly been the busiest in 
Theatre Department history. Counting the 
Circuit Players, there have been eleven pro- 
ductions this school year: Lion in Winter, 
The Mouse that Roared, Two by Tennessee, 
Pinocchio, Year of the Woman, Carnival, 
The Will ofR.D., Hail, Dionysus! '93, Out 
of Gas, and THE 467 Stage Direction's final 
projects ("Pvt. Wars" and "The Dumb 
Waiter"). 

Two by Tennessee, Out of Gas, and Cir- 
cuit Players were Senior Projects of three 
seniors minoring in Theatre. Amy Currie 
(Biology major) acted in Two by, which was 
directed by LT Glenn Herrin, a friend of the 
MC theatre family, so to speak. Out of Gas, 
staged at the old tennis courts, was written 
and directed by Caroline Kearns (Commu- 
nications and English majors). Chris Laning 
(Communications and Computer Science 
majors) directed the Circuit Players, the 
travelling improv group, for his Senior Pro- 
ject. 

This was also a big year for non-tradi- 
tional staging. One was held in the Alumni 
Dining Room: Year of the Woman, a col- 
lection of scenes from plays featuring strong 



women, directed by Caroline Kearns. One 
was held outside: Out of Gas. Four were held 
ONstage-BACKstage: Two by, R.D., Hail, 
Dionysus! '93 and the Direction Class plays. 
A couple of shows also used non-traditional 
casting: Year of the Woman and "The Trial 
of Thomas Morton" used color- and/or gen- 
der-blind casting. 

Original works were also a large part of 
this year's theatre experience. Hail, Dio- 
nysus! '93 featured plays by three students: 
"Look Who's Talking" by Christopher Lan- 
ing, "Ever A Trooper: A Story of Harriet 
Tubman" by jeannie denman, and the win- 
ner of the 1993 Outstanding Playwrighting 
Award, "The Trial of Thomas Morton" by 
Caroline Kearns, who also wrote Out of Gas. 
Last but not least among the original plays 
done this year was The Will of R.D, written 
by Theatre and Speech Department Head 
Dr. Jack Peyrouse about Rezin Davis Shep- 
herd III, better known as American Shake- 
spearean actor R.D. McLean. Directed by 
Methodist graduate Mary K. Rowland, R.D. 
featured faculty, day and evening students, 
alumni, community people, and old friends 
of the Theatre Department. 



Bethany Surridge as Lili plays with puppets in the joint 
Theatre/ Music Department production Carnival. 



Reeves Auditorium is overrun by little children in the 
mainstage production of Pinocchio. 




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Some- 
times 
Art 
Is 
Purely 
Visual 





And sometimes it touches you. 



The Art Department has also 
been busy this year. There have 
been many exhibits of student 
artwork at the Mallett-Rogers 
House. One of the most recent 
was the work of senior Jay Pope, 
whose work is featured here 
(right). 

Another busy artist is Rodney 
Harris, whose sculpture "Keep- 
ing An Open Mind" is embossed 
on the cover of the yearbook and 
was the inspiration for the change 
of the yearbook theme from 
"Voices" to "Keeping An Open 
Mind." Rodney's work can be 
seen other places as well. Anyone 
who's entered Reeves Auditori- 
um via the loading dock has 
probably seen him sanding away 
at his latest piece, or at least 
tracked plaster all over the build- 
ing. 



Some of Mrs. Hinson's art- 
work is displayed in the Alumni 
Dining Room, and has made that 
room much grander for being 
there. In addition to sharing the 
building, the theatre and art de- 
partments also share talents. Of- 
ten, campus artists paint imagi- 
native scenery for theatre pro- 
ductions. 

The work of the art depart- 
ment is always innovative and 
exciting. If you haven't stopped 
by at an exhibit yet, it is a must- 
do for the future. 



Rodney Harris working on his latest 
sculpture on the loading dock of Reeves 
Auditorium. 




Self-Porlrait by Jay Pope. 
Pen and Ink Drawing by Jay Pope. 
The Interview by Jay Pope. 




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SHOWING 
YOU CARE 



Some Methodist College stu- 
dents do more than just study or 
play ball--they make a contri- 
bution to the community. These 
students are more than aca- 
demes, more than athletes, more 
than just "college kids"--they are 
a part of a larger community, 
sharing their hands, hearts, and 
talents with those around them. 
These individuals have discov- 
ered that not only is it more 
blessed to give than to receive, 
but that no one in this world will 



ultimately survive unless we all 
pull together and give each other 
helping hands and hearts when 
needed. Like Robert Fulghum 
said in All I Really Need to Know 
I Learned in Kindergarten, "Live 
a balanced life— learn some and 
think some and draw and paint 
and sing and dance and play and 
work every day some. Take a nap 
every afternoon. When you go out 
into the world, watch for traffic, 
hold hands, and stick together." 




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A few warm hearted students show they 
care by helping cut wood for the needy. 

Brian. Dan, and Derek with a few part- 
cipants of the Special Olympics. 

Jennifer Kimball giving Tony Kerp a little 
encouragement during Special Olympics. 





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J MC STUDENTS TAKE A 
H SYC DAY 

Show You Care Day 1993 at the Dorms 



Not everyone wants to get up 
bright and early on a Saturday 
morning to do the dorm equiva- 
lent of yard work, but these fine 
young people did just that for the 
1993 Methodist College Show 
You Care Day. This year there 
was a contest among the dorms 
to see who could get the most res- 
idents out there laying bricks for 
brick sidewalks in the parking 
lots. Weaver Hall's women came 



through and won the prize. The 
longest of these brick sidewalks 
is in front of Sanford Hall. The 
dorm parking lots were not the 
only places that got attention on 
the SYC Day. Students worked 
in the nature trails clearing out 
garbage and building bridges. 
Participating students received 
Calvin & Hobbes SYC t-shirts. 




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Students, parents, and other devoted fans pack the 
bleachers at a Monarch Football game. 




True Softball fans or just mugging for the camera? Ei- 
ther way, Wendy Wear seems to be ignoring them. 



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Obstacle Course Challenges 

Brave Few. 






As part of Spring Fling 1993, 
several students braved an obsta- 
cle course only the truly de- 
ranged could have imagined 
(wasn't it Brad Maloney?). It 
consisted of a water slide, jump 



David Teague tries to blow a bubble with 
gum he's found while face-first in a bowl 
of flour. 



rope, soccer obstacles, tire run, 
running in circles with forehead 
planted on a baseball bat, and 
those old stand-bys, finding bub- 
ble gum in a bowl of flour with 
your mouth and having to blow 
a bubble, and having to whistle 
after chewing 5 crackers. Only 
the truly brave or stupid tried it- 
-actually a lot of people partici- 



pated and had a great time mak- 
ing fools of themselves and 
laughing at themselves. The Ob- 
stacle Course, however, was only 
the beginning of the Spring Fling 
Festivities for 1993. 





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Tammy Murphy douses a waterslider — 
probably welcome relief from the hot day. 




Abigail Findlay kicking the soccer ball 
around. 




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other entertainers come to Methodist via the 
Student Activities Council. Romeo per- 
formed here with his comedian Taylor Ma- 
son (right). A hypnotist had several students 
under his spell, and even had one guy think- 
ing that his shoes were evil (below). The 
Lion's Den is usually packed for such events, 
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Dormitories receive facelifts 
and firm mattresses. 



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Bunk beds were put in some dorms this year to make 
triple occupancy rooms. 

R.A.'s help out by refinishing dorm furniture (above). 



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Burned-out pranksters, including 
Camisha Bell, play a silly trick on 
Adriane (top center). 

Eric, Ben, Kelly, Jeff and two Mich- 
elles study in the lobby of Garber 
Hall (top right). 

Kelly Cap catches some much need- 
ed (and deserved) Z's in the Student 
Union (middle right). 

"Aa-u-tgh!!" I thought I requested 
a first floor room! 




August Graduation 



Speaking at Methodist College's final summer com- 
mencement on August 30, senior faculty member R. 
Parker Wilson challenged 34 graduates to build upon the 
liberal arts foundation and to live positive lives. He told 
the graduates that their diplomas represent the faculty's 
best efforts to give them a liberal arts foundation for a 
lifetime of learning. The history professor described sev- 
eral former faculty members he had known during his 
30 years at Methodist. The speaker concluded his address 
by quoting from a popular song recorded by the late Bing 
Crosby: "Accentuate the positive. Eliminate the negative. 
Latch on to the affirmative. Don't mess with Mr. In- 
Between." Along with the quote, Mr. Wilson brought the 
house down with a quip he often tosses to new graduates 
as they walk through a cordon of faculty and staff fol- 
lowing commencement. "Go forth and multiply," he said. 
"Send your children (money) and maybe I'll still be here." 

History professor R. Parker Wilson addresses the graduating class of 
August 1992. 




Bachelor of Arts 

Jennifer Lynn Bell, art 
Jean-Paul Haire, French 
Thomas C. Hinter, mcl, Spanish 
Anita Sheryl McLaurin, sociology 
Gregory Bruce Mulligan, political sc. 
Sherry Lynn Overton, mass media/comm. 

- out of town graduates - 
Antoneya F. Bond, social work 
Jennifer Ann Seamon, writing 
Charles Roscoe Rhine, Jr., Spanish 

Bachelor of Science 

James Gerald Adams, sociology 
Mark Dean Carver, history 
Wendy Lee Cline, sociology 
Toni Ruth Goodloe, cl, accounting 
Timothy Shane Gravitt, history 
Terri Lynn Jarvis, mcl, social wk. 
Keith Webb Johnson, psycology 
Patricia Sue McComas, business admin. 
Arvadia Diane Pittman, accounting 
Laura Anne Schumacher, cl, biology 

- out of town graduates - 

Dale Glenn Briggs, business admin/PGA 
Jonathan Eric Williams, economics 

- out of state graduates - 

Willard John Bloom, business admin/PGA 
John H. Klein, Jr., business admin. 
Robert Edward Lee, business admin. 



Bachelor of Music 

Stephanie S. Davisson, vocal performance 

Associate of Arts 

Billy Canterbury, business admin. 
Johnnie A. Gleaves, general studies 
Gregory Bruce Mulligan, business admin. 
James Blen Pairmore, general studies 
Gerald Ray Wheeler, III, Persian studies 

- out of town graduates - 

Raphael LaMont Grose, business admin. 

- out of state graduates - 
Adrian Yunso, business admin. 



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December Graduation 1992 

Winter graduates of Methodist College were advised to "always be honorable, even though you may 
never be recognized or honored for it." Dr. Ladell Payne, president of Randolph-Macon college in 
Ashland, Virgina, told 85 graduating seniors that everyone can't be a winner, but that "unsung heroes, 
the unrecognized, and also-rans" can be worthy of honor if they exemplify passion, sacrifice, and 
endurance. Dr. Payne said he agreed with the late William Faulkner, who said, "I believe that man will 
not merely endure: he will prevail. He is immortal because he has a soul, capable of passion, sacrifice, 
and endurance." Twenty-one members of the winter graduating class graduated with honors - 12 "cum 
laude", seven "magna cum laude,"and two "suma cum laude." In other commencement activities, Mrs. 
Judith W. Blake of Hope Mills was awarded the third annual Sam Edwards Award and Fernando 
Martinez, a history major from El Salvador, presented his country's flag to the college. 



Graduating students and their parents are 
quietly led into Reeves Auditorium for 
the beginning of the commencement cer- 
emony. 

A student's mother hoods her as she is 
awarded her diploma by President Hen- 
dericks. 




Dr. Hendericks greets his guests before 
the commencement ceremony. 

— Photos by Bob Perkins 



Bachelor of Arts 



Alice Freeman Cashwell, music 
Michelle L. Jinnette, international studies 
Tracy Powell Laudermilt, French 
Hitoshi Mori, French 
Ann Elizabeth Morris, mcl, writing 
Michael S. Richardson, business admin. 
Sondra M. Wolfe, mcl, criminal justice 

Bachelor of Science 

Calvin P. Andrews, Jr., business admin. 

Billie Renae Barefoot, business admin. 

Ian H. Bates, Accounting 

Sandra L. Bayliss-Carr, sociology 

Sara L. Beechey, business admin/PGA 

Judith Marie W. Blake, mcl, history 

Donna Marie Bramble, cl, business admin. 

Carla McNeill Brown, sociology 

Komkai Buranasongkram, computer science 

Lisa Carden Burgess, mcl, elem. ed. 

Debra Branch Byrd, cl, business admin. 

Tanya S. Byrn, cl, elem. ed. 

Dana Claudette Caulder, business admin. 

Robert Thomas Clayton, II, business admin. 

Donna Michelle Combs, accounting and pol. sci. 

Thomas M. Cunningham, business admin. 

Amy Elizabeth Currie, cl, biology 

Kathryn Branch Daniels, cl, business admin. 

Robert Matthew Dempster, sociology 

Lester W. Ellis, III, accounting 

Betsy Ann Enloe, accounting 

Robert Charles Foreman, P.E. 

Richard C. Foutz, history 

Vivian Marie Fredricks, scl, elem. ed. 

James N. Gibney, business admin. 

Mark David Gleason, business admin. 

Deanna Matthews Godwin, middle grades ed. 

Adam R. Hall, scl, accounting 

Michael Andrew Haluski, cl, business admin. 

Barnett Henry Hill, accounting 

Richard W. Jinnette, business admin. 

Donald Spencer Kline, Jr., Business admin. 

Patricia M. Kline, sociology and social wk. 

Michael Bernard Krick, business admin/PGA 

Mark Lee Lange, P.E. 

Ronald W. Liggins, Business admin. 

April DeAnne MacMillan, elem. ed. 

Fernando A. Martinez, P.E. 

Leonard Paul McComas, business admin. 

Antonio Lamont McGriff, communications 

Joseph K. McKoy, business admin. 

Paul Daniel Palmisano, business admin. 

Madelyn Rene Pelchat, elem. ed. 

Charissa Devine Perkins, accounting 

Eileen Joyce Guevara Perry, computer science 

Michelle Yvette Peterson-Trahan, bus. admin. 

Lori Ann Pickrel, elem. ed. 

Jamese Michelle Pilgrim, psychology 

Michael Gregory Pinkston, social work 

Rose Teresa Powers, cl, accounting 

Kim W. Reeder, elem. ed. 



Michele Lee Reeves, cl, criminal justice 
Malcolm Carr Register, P.E. 
Barbara Jean Rhoads, mcl, elem. ed. 
Gregory D. Rhoads, sociology 
Thomas E. Rittenhouse, business admin. 
Brigitte Anna Roller, mcl, accounting 
Javier A. Saldana, business admin. 
Timothy Christopher Schieffelin, P.E. 
Robert Glenn Scott, business admin. 
Alison Dawn Becker Shirley, elem. ed. 
Lara Aileen Steele, cl, sociology - soc. wk. 
Trenda Sharett Stevens, business admin. 
Kelly Leigh Taylor, elem. ed. 
Lisa Charlene Taylor, mcl, business admin. 
Charles Patton Thomas, sociology - soc. wk. 
Dawn Renee Thompson, elem. ed. 
Rodney Wayne Tolentino, cl, computer science 
Helen Laura Christman Vile, cl, sociology 
Heather Blake Wheeler, cl, ace. -business ad. 
David Dwight Williams, history 
Guyla Beth Wilkinson, elem. ed. 

Bachelor of Applied Science 

Debra Branch Byrd, cl, Industrial Mg. 
Kathryn Branch Daniels, cl, Indust. Mg. 
Helen Laura Christmas Vile ,cl, dental hyg. 

Associate of Arts 

Judith Marie Blake, Bulgarian 

Melissa Greer Burch, sociology 

Elizabeth Beck Dickerson, general studies 

Julie Lynne Dixon, Polish 

Edwin Jusino-Vega, business admin. 

Kraig A. Kvalevog, health 

Tami M. Marano, Chinese Mandarin 

Yuka Sugiyama, art 



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May 1993 
Graduation 



Rev. Rufus Stark urged Meth- 
odist students to "Help build a 
family-friendly world," on Sun- 
day, May 16. Rev. Stark II , 
president of the Methodist home 
for children, decried the "cult of 
individualism and self-centered- 
ness" of the last three decades. 
"This is a critical time for the 
health of the family in America," 
he said. Rev. Stark urged mem- 
bers of the Class of '93 to accept 
the Christian view that every hu- 
man being is important and the 
new "systems theory" that dys- 
functional families can be healed. 
Rev. Glen Holt, pastor of First 
Baptist Church in Fayetteville, 
spoke at the baccalaureate ser- 
mon on Sunday morning. He 
urged student to remember five 



Graduates sing the Alma Mater at the 
end of the commencement service. 



crucial points that he had learn- 
ed along the way. They are as 
follows: 1 ) To be successful in life, 
you need a goal or vision, 2) Peo- 
ple are more important than 
things, 3) Dare to dream, 4) 
Staying power goes further than 
starting power, and 5) Faith and 
learning go hand in hand. During 
the commencement ceremony, 
Dr. Henderick awarded both 
speakers with honorary Doctor of 
Divinity degrees. Mr. Harlan F. 
Duenow, retiring conductor of the 
Fayetteville Symphony Orches- 
tra, was presented with a Meth- 
odist College Medallion in rec- 
ognition of his musical leader- 
ship. 



Mr. Harlan Duenow receives a Methodist 
College Medallion for his outstanding 
service in music leadership. 




Chris Laning and Robert Bloodworth 

munch on goodies during breakfast at the 
President's house. 

President Hendricks holds the flag from 
Iceland and Stefan Steffanson presents it 
to Methodist College. 

— Photos by Bob Perkins 





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Bachelor of Arts 

Lynda Eleanor Beard, fine arts Mg. -Music 
Melchor Luis Becena, political science 
Michelle Louise Brauch, elem. ed. 
Cynthia Mary Cannata, sociology 
Julie Lynne Dixon , biology 
Cathy Susan Griffith, English 
Annette Marie Hall, elem. ed. 
Mercedes Moras Harris, Spanish 
Brenda A. Heidrich, comm./mass media 
Alice M. Horstmann, political science 
Christopher Todd Laning, comm./mass media 

-computer science 
George Elder Lewis III, political science 
Robert Edward McKague, political science 
Laura J. O'Donnell, English 
Edward Thomas Oldt, Jr., history 
Jlyndon O. Olson, political science 
Serafin Antonio Paniagua, Spanish 
Carter Calvert Pope, Jr., art 
Tracy Edge Redfern, elem. ed. 
Waylinda Sheila Royal, English 
Ramona Maria Santos, Int.stud.-pol. sci. 
Stefan Thor Stefansson, Int. studies 
Susanne Carola Taylor, Spanish 
Jennifer Diane Weyandt, French 
William J. Wilderman, history 
Young S. Yang, religion 

Bachelor of Science 

Jeffrey Delane Alton, history 

William G. Anderson, Jr., business admin/PGA 

Michael R. Ansaroff, business admin. 

Christine Lynn Babb, accounting - bus.admin. 

Eric Lee Barto, business andmin/PGA 

Kenneth R. Blankenship, Jr. , psychology 

Caroline Simmons Bradley, political science 

Kimberly Dawn Brewington, accounting 

Andrea Marea Burns, biology 

Rustin Edward Butler, accounting 

Stephanie Carol Cain Cade, elem. ed. 

Robin Bennett Canterbury, elem. ed. 

Scott Lafayette Carter, business admin. 

Joseph Wayne Casteel, sociology - religion 

Wanda Gayle Casteel, accounting 

Lisa Marie Chavez, biology 

Anna Catherine Clayton, comm/mass media 

Brett William Coleman, business admin/PGA 

Allison Smith Collier, political science 

David H. Cook, business admin. 

Gregory Neal Cox, P.E. 

Richard S. Cutler, Jr., business admin. 

Deana D. Donovan, psychology 

Elizabeth Louise Farr, business admin 

Lori Ann Fedo, political science 

Jason Christopher Fink, pol.sci.- sociology 

Bobby Glenn Freeman, accounting - bus. adm. 

Gail Ann Freitas, accounting 

LeCarla Louise Gardner, elem. ed. 

Kim L. Gentry-Honan, social work 

Timothy A. Giresi, business admin. 



Caroline Stuart Goddard-Crislip, elem. ed. 

Grace E. Goodwin, accounting - bus. admin. 

Ravonda Marie Watkins Gutierrez, bus. adm. 

Eric Philip Haile, bus. admin/PGA 

James T. Haley, bus. admin - economics 

James E. Hanlin, bus. admin/PGA 

Catherine Milliette Hare, comm/mass media 

Harry William Hoffman III, accounting 

Keith Thomas Hurley, history 

Branimir Ilic, business admin. 

Michael Christopher Jordan, history 

JoAnn Elizabeth Kopp, special ed. 

Edward Lee Kinard, mathematics 

Michael Thomas Lake, biology 

Craig Thomas Lancaster, history-pol.sci. 

Angela Lynn Langston, elem. ed. 

Donald E. Langworthy II, biology 

Jonathan Hart Lenox, business admin/PGA 

Birgit Joyce Linney , business admin 

Misty Kaye Looney, elem. ed. 

Daniel Robert Maher, business admin/PGA 

Tracy Lee Maness, business admin-accoun. 

David E. Maxwell, Jr., bus. admin-accoun. 

Thomas Charles Maze, business admin/PGA 

Leonard Paul McComas, business admin 

Jeffrey Scott McDowell, history 

Wanda Joyce McMillan, elem. ed. 

Lindsey Virginia McRae, business admin. 

Jack Chester Mellott, Jr., political sci. 

Brian Howard Meyer, business admin/PGA 

Bryan David Miller, economics 

Dirk Jason Morris, business admin/PGA 

Mark A. Morris, elem. ed. 

Alisha Nicole Morrison, political sci. 

Joseph A. Myrtle, P.E. 

Nott Naganidhi, business admin/PGA 

Susan Paulette Naylor, accoun. - bus. adm. 

Shelli Renee Nobles, psychology 

James Edward Olmacher, business admin. 

Clifford Overby, Jr., business admin. 

Carolyn Wynette Owen, business admin. 

Kelly J. Parrish, business admin. 

Sara Lynn Parrish, accounting 

Chris Jo Pepper, business admin/PGA 

Richard Scott Pope, psych. -sociology 

Jennifer Lynn Potvin, bus.adm/PGA 

Rocco Procopio, history 

Brian Michael Ravenelle, bus.adm/PGA 

Elizabeth Sparks Rayner, elem. -middle ed. 

Michael Lee Riddle, business adm/PGA 

John Michael Rimm, business adm/PGA 

Karen Smith Roberts, business admin. 

Jason Robertson, sociology 

Thomas Erick Sachariason, soc. - pre-law 

Kathenne L. Schultingkemper, bus. admin. 

Darla Yvonne Sexton, sociology 

Kevin Francis Skinner, sociology 

Christie Leigh Smith, bus. adm/PGA 

David Copper Smith.Jr., bus.adm/PGA 

Lynder Susan Smith, sociology-soc.wk. 

Crystal Michelle Starnes, bus. admin. 

Preston Scott Stoker, crim.jus.-soc. 

Katherine J.M.L. Strickland, bus. admin. 



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Dennis D. Swan, biology 
Angela Sue Taylor, sociology 
Marc A. Tyndale, business admin. /PTA 
William Atlas Tyndall, Jr.,soc.-pre-law 
Peggy Ann Vlasko, special ed. 
Lawrence H. Walsh, business admin. 
James R. Weber, history 
Alton Tyrone Fowler Webster, bus. admin. 
Jennifer Diana Weyandt, accounting 
Michael Alan Wilding, political science 
Lester Meredith Wilkins, sociology 
Matthew Michaelson Willis, crim. justice 
Doris I. Wochner-McVey, business admin 
Paul John Wojcik, sociology-pre-law 
Merrie Elizabeth Wrinkle, biology 
Jolie Dee Yates, business admin. 

Bachelor of Music 

Jason Lamarr Britt, music ed. 

Bachelor of Applied Science 

Katherine Joyce Marie Strickland, 
assoc. degree - paralegal technology 

Associate of Arts 

Angelo Patrick Abarca, history 

Carl Suarez Alerta, Chinese Mandarin 

Mark Herbert Degner, Chinese Mandarin 

Jason Christopher Fink, history 

Kenneth F. Lammers, Jr., Arabic 

Christopher Todd Laning, theatre 

Floyd Lewis, sociology 

Naoko Machi, general studies 

Reuben Roque Maes, Spanish 

Mollie K. Nielson, Chinese 

Edward Thomas Oldt, Jr., Tagalog 

Christi Lea Proctor , general studies 

Rebecca Waterbury Reid, gen. studies 

Reinaldo Rivera, Spanish 

Ramona Maria Santos, German 



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A WARDS 
DAY 



Professor of the Year Award 

Robert Bloodworth 

The Balaez-Ambrose Mathematics Award 

Komkai Buranasongkram 

The Charlotte Butler Music Award 

Wyndee Owen 

The Willis Gates Music Award 

Andrea Schmaltz 

The Clark Memorial Science Service 
Award 

Stephen Fann 

The Edna Contardi English Award 

Caroline Reams 

The Pauline Longest Education Award 

Elizabeth Raynor 

The Methodist College President's ROTC 
Award 

Michael Wilding 

The Mullen-Mansfield Memorial Award 

George Lewis 

The Plyler Humanities Award 

Cathy Griffith 

J. Elaine Porter French Award 

Carina Lindley 

The Military Order of the World Wars 

Michael Hoffman 

Reserve Officers Association Award 

Sherri Carl 

Cape Fear Chapter of the Retired 
Officers Association 

Martine Lowry 

Special Services in Support of ROTC 

Earleene Bass 

The Gautam Award in Business 
Administration 

Kelly Parrish 

Clark Award in Accounting 

David Maxwell 

The Ott-Cooper Award 

Michael Lake 

The George and Lillian Miller History 
Award 

James M. Sykes 

Chemical Rubber Company Award 

James Wilfred Chartier 

Yolanda M. Cowley Spanish Award 

Susanne C. Taylor 

Outstanding Senior Athletes 

Allyson Greer and Joe Myrtle 



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Monarch Play makers Outstanding 

Technician 
Tech — Caroline Kearns and Jay 

Ohlmacher 
Rising Tech— Michael Thrash 

Theatre Department Outstanding 
Performer 

Performer— Amy Currie and Lane Wray 
Rising Performer — Alice Simmons 

Alpha Psi Omega 
Outstanding Contribution — Caroline 

Kearns 
Outstanding Playwright — Caroline 

Kearns 

Outstanding Director — Brian Drake 

Winning One-Act Plays— j. denman, C. 

Kearns, C. Laning 

SGA Hall of Fame Awards 
Academics — Dave Maxwell and Tracy 

Maness 
Athletics — Bill Anderson and Allyson 

Greer 

Campus Life — Brian Ravenelle and 

Abigail Findlay 

Fine Arts — Rodney Harris and Valerie 

Harel 

Religious Life— Jeff Alton and Kelly 

Cap 



Marshals for 1993 
Chief Marshal — Lan Cao 

Marshals — Sherri Carl, Paul Domond, 

Stephen Fann, Debra Johnson, Tammy 

Murphy, Andrea Schmaltz 

Alternate Marshals — Valerie Harel, James 

Hutchinson, Martine Lowry, Mark Ron- 

cace 

Alpha Chi 

Members that were inducted on Tuesday, 
April 13, 1993 were: 

Lash Bragan, Melissa G. Burch, Lan Cao, 
Paul Edouard Domond, Yvonne E. Eyler, 
Stephen A. Fann, Alice Mae Horstmann, 
Donald E. Langworthy II, Tracy Edge 
Redfern, Susanne Carola Taylor, Doris 
Wochner-McVey, Paul John Wojcik 

Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges 

Christine Babb, Lynda Beard, Michelle 
Brauch, Lisa Burgess, Tanya Byrn, Robin 
Canterbury, Dana Caulder, Michael Ciani, 
Donna Combs, Amy Currie, jeannie den- 
man, Vivian Fredricks, Cathy Griffith, 
Adam Hall, Angela Jestes, Richard Jin- 
nette, Caroline Kearns, Christopher Lan- 
ing, George Lewis III, Misty Looney, Tra- 
cy Maness, David Maxwell, Jr., Thomas 
Maza, Ann Morris, Sara Parrish, Chris Jo 
Pepper, Lori Pickrel, Richard Pope, Eli- 
zabeth Raynor, Malcolm Registar, Tracy 
Redfern, Waylinda Royal, Thomas Sa- 
chariason. Dawn Thompson, Marc Tyn- 
dale, Peggy Vlasko, Paul Wojcik, Sondra 
Wolfe 







Michael Lake receives his award from 
MC's Longest legend (left). 

Lane Wray clutches his MC Oscar and 
smiles (top of opposite page) 



Jamie Sykes accepts his award, an- 
nounced by R. Parker Wilson (above). 

Martine Lowry eyes her award as she 
leaves the stage (middle of opposite 
page). 



Stephen Fann takes time out after the 
ceremony to show off his plaque (bot- 
tom of opposite page). 



Canadian import Sara Beechey crams for finals in the Student Union 
with friend friend Cheryl Peterson. 








Daphne Akridge 

Basset, VA 




Jeffrey D. Alton 

Burke, VA 
History 




Debbie Anders 

Fayetteville, NC 




Michael R. Ansaroff 

Delray Beach, FL 
Business Administration 




Sharon Archer 

Nassau, Bahamas 



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Fayetteville, NC 
Accounting & Bus. Administration 




Eric L. Barto 

Waynesburg, OH 
Business Administration/ PGM 



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Billie Renae Barefoot 

Fayetteville, NC 
Business Administration 




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Sara Beechey 

Cambridge, ONT, CANADA 
Business Admin./ PGM 




Donna Bramble 

Fayetteville, NC 
Business Administration 



Komkai Buranasongkram 

Fayetteville, NC 
Computer Science 




Andrea M. Burns 

Hope Mills, NC 
Biology 




Stephanie C. Cade 

Fayetteville, NC 
Elementary Education 




Robin B. Canterbury 

Fayetteville, NC 
Elementary Education 



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Joseph Casteel 


Wanda Casteel 


Dana Caulder 


Fayetteville, NC 


Fayetteville, INC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Sociology/ Religious Studies 


Accounting 


Business Administration 




Michael Ciani 

Fayetteville, NC 




Anna Catherine Clayton 

Fayetteville, NC 
Communications/ Mass Media 




Debra Clevenger 

Fayetteville, NC 






Brett Coleman 


Donna Combs 


Susan Cook 


Cincinnati, OH 


Fayetteville, NC 


Stedman, NC 


iness Admin./ PGM 


Accounting and Poli. Sci. 





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Richard Cutler 

Fayetteville, NC 
Business Administration 




Jeannie Denman 

Slate Hill, NY 




Ben Dennis 

Fayetteville, NC 




Barbara Fitch 

Fort Bragg, NC 





Robert Foreman 

Ringwood, NJ 
Physical Education 



As usual, SCEC president Bill Crawford has his nose in everything. 
This time it's a table manned by Angela Langston and visited by Cheryl 
Peterson at the SCEC sponsored Kiddie Carnival. 



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Even with ROTC keeping him busy, Ben Dennis still found time to put 
in some work study hours in the Student Bookstore. 





Richard Foutz 

Homer City, PA 




LeCarla Gardner 

Autryville, NC 
Elementary Education 






Timothy Qiresi 


Cathy Griffith 


Adam Hall 


Meriden, CT 


Fayetteville, NC 


White Oak, NC 


iness Administration 


English 


Accounting 



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Annette Hall 

Fayetteville, NC 
Elementary Education 




James Hanlin 

Bloomingdale, OH 
Business Admin./ PGM 




Mercedes Harris 

Fayetteville, NC 
Spanish 




Harry Hoffman 

Paulsboro, NJ 
Accounting 





Always up to something, 5-year veteran Chris Laming treks to the new 
City Hall with OAK to tap Fayetteville mayor J.L. Dawkins. 



Kim Honan 

Fayetteville, NC 
Social Work 



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Daniel Jackson 

Voorheesville, NY 




Angela Jestes 

Fayetteville, NC 




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Pablo Jimenez 

Fayetteville, NC 
Communications/ Mass Media 




Yet another busy senior is Tracy Maness, seen here receiving an award 
from Coach Rita VViggs as SGA President Abigail Findlay looks on. 




Caroline F. Kearns 

Fayetteville, NC 
Comm./ Mass Med. & English 




Jennifer Kimball 

Palm Harbor. FL 



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Stacy Kincaide 

Fayetteville, NC 




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Donald Kline, Jr. 

Fayetteville, NC 
Business Administration 



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Patricia Kline 

Fayetteville, NC 
Sociology & Social Work 




Martin Knoll 

Fayetteville, NC 




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JoAnn Kopp 

Papillion, NE 
Special Education 




Mark Lange 

Fayetteville, NC 
Physical Education 




Angela Langston 

Fayetteville, NC 
Elementary Education 




Christopher Laning 

Mullica Hill, NJ 
Comm./ Mass Med. & Comp. Sci. 




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Rebekah Lee 

Fayetteville, NC 



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George Lewis 

Fayetteville, NC 
Political Science 






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Daniel Maher 

Manchester, CT 
Business Admin./ PGM 




Walter Bradshaw Maloney 

Hamlet, NC 




Tracy Maness 

Lewisville, TX 
Business Admin. & Economics 




Thomas Maze 

Petersburg, VA 
Business Admin./ PTM 




Stacie McTigue 

Youngstown, OH 




Gregory Allen McWhorter 

Fayetteville, NC 




Brian Meyer 

Park Ridge, IL 
Business Admin./ PGM 



Dirk Morris 

Lima, OH 
Business Admin./ PGM 



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"SA-A-A-FE SEX!!" Although not world champs, no one can deny the 
College Bowl team their sick sense of humor. Even the advisor. Dr. 
Preslar, can be coerced into joining the battle cry. 



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Leigh Murray 

Kemersville, NC 





Joseph Myrtle 

Niagra Falls, NY 
Physical Education 




Laura O'Donell-Quayle 

Fort Bragg, NC 
English 





James Ohlmacher 

Laurel, MD 
Business Administration 



Serafin Antonio Paniagua 

Fayetteville, NC 
Spanish 



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Chris Jo Pepper 

Coudersport, PA 
Business Admin./ PGM 




Eileen Perry 

Sanford, NC 
Computer Science 




Cheryl Peterson 

Wilmington, NC 




Jake and Fanny Meighan enjoy the warm summer evening by the front 
porch swing. Actually, Chris Laning co-stars with Amy Currie in her 
senior project. Two by Tennessee. 




Lori Pickrel 

Galesburg, IL 
Elementary Education 




Rose Powers 

Fayetteville, NC 
Accounting 



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Brian Ravenelle 

Webster, MA 
Business Admin./ PGM 




Paul Reinhardt 

Fayetteville, NC 



Everyone knows Branimir, but no one has figured out what he's doing 
with that wooden ducky thing. Whassa matta Branimir, don't they have 
those in Eastern Europe (or Florida for that matter)? 



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Michael Riddle 

Trumansburg, NY 
Business Admin./ PGM 







John Rimm 

Stroudsburg, PA 
Business Admin./ PGM 



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Karen Roberts 

Fayetteville, NC 
Business Administration 



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Is there no stopping this man? George Lewis works in the CAC Lab 
on some sort of political science project — or is it only the '92 election? 





Ramona Santos 

Kahl am Main, Germany 
Internat'l Studies & Poli. Sci. 




Melinda Shah 

Fayetteville, NC 




David Smith 

Philadelphia, PA 
Business Admin./ PGM 




Lynder Smith 

Fayetteville, NC 
Sociology & Social Work 




Stefan Stefansson 

Reykjavik, Iceland 
International Studies 



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Trenda Stevens 

Clinton, NC 



Amanda Sykes 

Godwin, NC 



James Sykes 

Fayetteville, NC 




Angela Taylor 

Elizabethtown, NC 
Sociology 





Susanne Taylor 

Fort Bragg, NC 
Spanish 



Though not a senior at Methodist, shutterbug Keith Jacobs contributed greatly to 
this year's college experience. Here, the joke's on him. (A photojournalism major at 
Randolph Community College, Keith did a 10-week internship with the MC Public 
Relations Office in the fall.) 



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Charles Thomas 

Rowland, NC 
Sociology & Social Work 




Heather Tomerlin 

Fayetteville, NC 



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Anne Uleman 

Fairfax, VA 




Peggy Vlasko 

Linden, NC 
Special Education 




Jennifer Weyandt 

Reading, PA 
Accounting 



Joe Myrtle stands hypnotized in front of a group 
of his highly amused peers. Was it your shoes that 
were evil, Joe, or some other poor sap's? 





Doris Wochner-McVey 

Fayetteville, NC 
Business Administration 




Alton Webster 

Fayetteville, NC 
Business Administration 




Paul Wojcik 

Fayetteville, NC 
Sociology/ Pre-Law 



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Louis Seymour puts on the ritz while he performs with Rainbow's End ( a Methodist College Choral 
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Junior Jon Anderson adds to the woodpile 
at "Share the Warmth" day. 

Sarah Shew folds and folds and folds while 
doing her workstudy for Kim Honan at 
the News Bureau. 



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Steve Mattulat and sophomore Rachel Juren dance to 
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Methodist College students hang out in 
the Lion's Den and play on the campus 
grounds such as rising sophomores Craig 
Wille and Steve Mattulat (below). 

Sophomores Camisha Bell and Nicole 

DeKoning give a little history as they play 
parts in the play Year of the Woman (op- 
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The wealth ye find, another keeps; 
The robe ye weave, another wears; 
The arms ye forge, another bears. 



— Shelley, Song to the Men of England 



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Methodist 

College ... 

Here We 

Come! 





Incoming freshmen get a summer tour. 



Have you ever noticed that the storm! Our influence has been felt 

Freshmen class is the larger than in all campus activities and clubs, 

any other class at Methodist Col- This is a class whose fury will be 

lege? This lively cast of charac- felt for many years to come!!! 
ters has taken the college by 




Michael Adamson 
Chris Adkins 
Terence Agee 
Darlene Allen 



Stephanie Alvarez 
Travis Armstrong 
Jeffery Avant 
Daniel Barros 



Jason Bennett 
Francie Blanchard 
Paul Boehm 
Marc Boucher 



Brent Bowen 
Tammy Braxton 
Kendra Bright 
Donovan Brock 



Katie Brown 
Sherman Bullock 
Nate Burdick 
Tim Burke 



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Steve Burton 

David Byrum 

Mary Cambell 

Erik Carlsen 

Benson Caruthers 




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Danny Cassidy 

Carter Catlett 

Elijah Clark 

Raymond Clark 




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Sharon Cloer 

Bard Collins 

Andrea Connelly 

Joe Crinko 

Kevin Cross 





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Many freshmen like Craig Willie enjoyed this buffet 
prepared for the Homecoming festivities. 




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Shawn Cucciardi 
Chris Culbreth 
Heather Daniel 
Nate Davis 
David Distefano 



Randy Doucette 
Matt Drake 
Monica Dunn 
Sharnel Dunn 
Kimberly Duross 



David Eavenson 
Gerald Edmunds 
Myrtle Elliott 
Anita Evers 
Johnnie Faircloth 



"Popcorn anyone?" is what Chris 
Moyer asks as he dishes out food to 
Monarch football fans. 



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Of the 296 new freshmen who enrolled in Fall '93 

200 were men 

96 were women 

132 were from out-of-state (representing 36 states) 
152 were from North Carolina 

12 were foreign students 

Their Intended majors (The Top 8) were: 

1. Business Administration with a concentration in professional 

golf management — 65 

2. Education — 26 

3. Biology— 25 

4. Business Administration — 23 

5. Physical Education — 20 

6. Criminal Justice — 12 
Psychology — 12 

7. Mathematics — 1 1 

8. Communications/Mass Media — 8 
Art— 8 




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Sara Falcon 
Christi Ferguson 
Jared Fryer 
John Garger 



Stephanie Garris 
Bradley Graham 
Claudia Graham 
Fiona Grogan 



Shawna Grooms 
Daryl Hales 
Joseph Hall 
Sandra Hall 



Fredrick Harris 
Kevin Harrison 
Stacey Harper 
Keith Hicklin 



Tiffany Hogate 
Bobbi Jean Holland 
Connie Holloway 
Renna Hooper 



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Rhonda Hope 

Patty Howard 

Stuart Howard 

Bill Hughes 

Jamie Hurless 



Jeremy Hyjek 

Hosea Jackson 

Kevin Jamieson 

Allan Jennings 

Shannon Jinkens 






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Sin Koo Kang 


Ruth Keegan 




Christopher Kizis 




Cleon Knapp 





What's a' your jargon o' your schools, 
Your Latin names for horns and stools; 
If Honest Nature made you fools. 



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Rori Knight 
Machelle Kolb 
Dawna Kringel 
Sonja Kristiansen 
John Lee 



Terri Levandusky 
Alisa Lipe 
Robert Lovelace 
Todd Lyden 
AJ MacPherson 



Daniel Martin 
Marcus Martin 
Steve Mattulat 
Sean McConnell 
Demetrus McCollum 



Chris Mover, Chuck Miller, Jamal Taylor, and Jeannie 
Denman work their brains for creative, but correct an- 
swers to this theater test. 



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Warming Up 

For 

Methodist 

College. 



Randy Pearson and Gene Parris "fly high" at the US 
Naval Academy in Anapolis, Maryland on a debate 
trip. 



Antonio McLamb 

Charlene McLaurin 

Julia McLean 

Linda McNair 



Michael Mister 

Michael Molter 

Eric Monje 

David Moreshead 

Chris Moyer 



Timothy Mueller 

Shawn Myers 

Won Seok Nan Koong 

Jenifer Nee 

John Neet 



Pat Onan 

Chris Page 

Soyouna Park 

Casey Paulson 

Dan Pavolic 




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LaDarryl Pierce 
Jamal Pointe 
Shannon Pope 
Jeff Powl 



Kyla Pritchett 
Jeff Puryear 
Louis Ragland 
Elton Ramey 



Mark Rashell 
Mary Reeves 
Chad Riddleberger 
Kelly Riggan 



David Rios 
Ana Rodriquez 
Lisa Rogers 
Bruni Rosa 



Chad Rupert 
Jeremy Sachs 
Jennifer Savani 



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Melissa Sowers 

Michael Scobee 

Thomas Seccafico 

Bryan Seibert 

Alice Simmons 



Josh Simpson 

Andy Smith 

Kimberly Smith 

Kristi Smith 

Sharon Smyzuk 



Jeaneen Spears 
Louis Stafford 
Elmer Starkey 
Mikey Steen 
Frank Streeter 




Procrastination is the thief of time: 
Year after year it steals, till all are fled, 
And to the mercies of a moment leaves 
The vast concerns of an eternal scene. 



— Edward Young, Night Thoughts, I 



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Michael Stephens 
Melissa Sykes 
Steve Szakal 
Douglas Tabler 
Derek Tang 



Jamal Taylor 
Justin Terranova 
Michael Thrash 
Matt Tisher 
Sandra Tripp 



Sarah "Sam" Tutt 
Terrell Utley 
Fred Van Steen 
Aaron Venne 
Ben Wall 



Kelly Cap enjoys watching Alice Simmons' shock during 
a CLC meeting. 




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Susan Watkins 

Barry Waseleski 

Lionel Washington 

Henry Watson 

Margaret Weaver 



Brett Whaley 

Telly Whitfield 

Tiffany Whitted 

Jeremy Wiernasz 

Craig Willie 



Jason Williams 

Katherine Williamson 

Rebecca Wilson 

Tamara Wilson 

Kristin Wright 




Every step of progress the world has 
made has been from scaffold to 
scaffold and from stake to stake. 



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Head: English 



Dr. M. Elton Hendricks 
College President 




Beverly Pankey 
V.P. Development 



Dr. Eric Bitterbaum 
V.P. Academic Affairs (AX) 



Michael Wayne Safley 
V.P. Student Affairs (SGA) 



Dr. Anthony DeLapa 
Head: Education (SEA) 



Dr. Margaret Folsom 
Head: Science (BBB) 




Gene Clayton 
V.P. Business Affairs 




Mr. Alan Coheley 
V.P. Enrollment Services 




Dr. John Campbell 
Head: Psychology 



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Head: PGM & PTM Programs 




Dr. Peter Murray 
Head: History and Poli. Sci. 



Dr. Wenda Johnson 
Head: Physical Education 



Dr. Patricia Jones 
Head: Math & Computer Sci. 





Dr. Jack Peyrouse 
Head: Theatre (A*fl) 



Elaine Porter 
Head: Foreign Lang. (4>£I) 




Dr Garland Knott 
Head: Philosopy & Religion 




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Head: Music (Chorus, NATS) 




Emily Seamon 
Head: Sociology and Social Work 



Dr. Narendra Singh 
Head: Chemistry (Chem. Society) 



Captain Terry Sopher 
Head: Military Sci. (Cadet Fund) 



Walter M. Swing 
Head: Ace. Bus. Adm., & Econ. 



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"Soo-ey! Here pig!" Actually, it's just 
President Hendricks trying to get the at- 
tention of the crowd at Opening Convo- 
cation. 



Dean Safley and Brian Ravenelle jump on 
old mattresses in front of Weaver Dorm. 
All of the dorms got new mattresses, and 
some got bunkbeds as well. 

Dean Bitterbaum meets with a seminar 
class on volunteerism. 



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Library Technician, Periodicals 



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Asst. Prof. P.E. (Baseball) 



Carolyn Barbour 
Secretary, Admissions Office 



Linda Sue Barnes 
Professor of Biology 




Elizabeth Bartlett 
Institutional Computing 




Earleene Bass 
General Faculty Secretary 



Teresa Batson 
Instructor of Music 



Lynda Beard 
Director of Academic Publications 




Martha Benfield 
Secretary, Fine Arts 



Gilda S. Benstead 
Assoc. Prof, of Education 



Teddie Berry 
Instructor of English 



William Billings 
Dir. of Public Relations (Carillon) 



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Dr. Robert Christian and exchange schol- 
ar Dr. Paul Zheng share smiles and an 
Oriental poem with the class. 

Who was that "masked" mann? Account- 
ing professor William Richardson sports 
the new line of spring headwear while in 
the Alumni Dining Room. 



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Carolyn Bittle 
Information Services Librarian 



Lynn Brewer 
Secretary, Science Division 



Robert Bloodworth, Jr. 
Asst. Prof, of Communications 




Terri Moore Brown 
Asst. Prof, of Social Work 




Darrell Bock 
Asst. Dir. of PGM Program 




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Maintenance Plant 




Melanie Brasher 
Secretary, Athletics 




Doris Cassanova 
Manager, Mail Room 




Dr. Suzan Cheek 
Assoc. Prof, of Political Sci. 



Jane Cherry 
International Student Advisor 



Lynn G. Clark 
Spec. Asst.: Conf. & Visitors 



Samuel J. Clark 
Dir. Institutional Computing 



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Jesse Smith takes a couple of minutes to relax at h 
desk before he is beseiged by troubled students. 




Dr. Margaret Folsom lectures her class on the skeletal 
and muscular systems of the animal called homo sapien. 

The pig call must have worked, for here's Dr. Hendricks 
speaking with Tim Benfield. (Tim's the one in the pig 
nose.) 



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Assoc. Prof, of Religion & Phil. 



Dr. Michael Colonnese 
Asst. Prof, of English 



Sandra Combs 
Director of Health Center 



Steve Conley 
Asst. Dir. PGM (Golf) 



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Secretary, V.P. for Business Aff. 




Robert H. Cooper 
Asst. Prof, of Accounting 




Jill Craig 
Athletic Trainer; P.E. Instructor 



Burnl Cunningham 
Student Store Manager 




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Women's Golf Coach 



Ingeborg Dent 
Assoc. Prof, of German & French 



Joseph Doll, Jr. 
Dir. of Reeves School of Bus. 



Carl Douglas 
Security Officer 



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Patricia Douthit 
Asst. Dir. of Financial Aid 



Nona Fisher 
Payroll/ Benefits Administrator 




Leon Goldstein 
Instructor of Foreign Languages 



Grace Goodwin 
Computer Operator 



Jane Weeks Gardiner 
Asst. Dean Acad. Affairs; Music 




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Library Technician 




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Virginia Godwin 
Accounts Payable Clerk 




Dr. C. Arnal Guzman 
Assoc. Prof, of Spanish 



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Asst. Prof, of Education 



Peggy Hinson 
Assoc. Prof, of Art (Art Club) 



Liauna Jordan 
Day Student Accounts 



John R. Keso 
Director of Financial Aid 



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Professor of English 



Dr. Donald S. Kline 
Prof, of Business (SIFE) 



Dr. Tryon Lancaster 
Prof, of Education 



Dr. John M. Marr 
Professor of Business Admin. 




Helen Matthews 
Assoc. Professor of Education 



Peggy P. McCullen 
Library Assistant 



Robert McEvoy 
Instructor of P.E. (Basketball) 




Maria Mclver 
Secretary, Student Affairs 




Dr. Kunio Mitsuma 
Asst. Professor of Mathematics 




Maureen Molter 
Director, T.M.C.; Asst. Librarian 




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Evening Student Accounts 




Trevor Morris 
Asst. Prof, of Political Science 



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College Courier 




Caroline Parsons 
Assoc. Director of Development 




Dr. Shivappa Palled 
Assoc. Prof. Math & Comp. Sci. 



Dr. Jo Ann Parkerson 
Assoc. Professor of Education 








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Instructor of Theatre & Speech 

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James Peeples 
Assistant Baseball Coach (FCA) 




Rev. Carrie Parrish 
Campus Minister (CLC) 




Joseph Pereira 
Asst. Dir. Athletics (Soccer) 





Dr. Robert C. Perkins 
Prof. History; Dir., Social Sci. 



Dr. Robert Wayne Preslar 
Prof, of English (College Bowl) 



Susan E. Pulsipher 
Director of Library Services 



Ronnie Richardson 
Head of Print Shop 



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Earl Button goes to great depths to serve these MC 
students at the Halloween dinner. 

This MC professor gives her class a lecture on the Ro- 
man Empire and Pelopennesian Wars. 



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William Richardson, Sr. 
Assoc. Prof, of Ace. (Ace. Club) 



J. Michael Rogers 
Assoc. Prof, of Music (SMENC) 



J.D. Christopher Ryan 
Asst. Dean of Students (SAC) 



Gerald Seifert 
Instructor of Political Science 




Sheila Sessoms 
Payroll Assistant 




Dr. John Sill 
Asst. Dean; Prof, of Sociology 



George Small 
Assoc. Director of Admissions 



Jesse C. Smith 
Dir, Mentor Prog. (Min. Stud. Aff.) 






Karen Smith 
Instr. P.E. (V-ball & Softball) 



Steven Springthorpe 
Asst. Women's Soccer Coach 



Maria Sramka 
Post Office Clerk; Store Asst. 



Patricia Stump 
Secretary, Development Office 



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Publications' very own Kim Honan hands 
out yearbooks in the Student Union to 
students eager to relive the past year's 
events. 

Paula Carter stands in the doorway of her 
new office: the Career Counseling and 
Placement Center. 



Parker Wilson gives words of encourage- 
ment at the college's final summer (Au- 
gust) graduation. As one of the few orig- 
inal staffers left, he's sure seen a lot of 
'em! 



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Loretta Swing 
College Accountant 



James Sypult 
Head Football Coach 



Jo Ann Taylor 
Admin. Asst, V.P. for Church Rel. 



John Topolski 
Athletic Trainer 






Bobby J. Tuggle 
Director, Ft. Bragg Campus 



Dr. Richard Walsh 
Assoc. Prof. Religion (*Hr) 



John Lewis Walston 
Asst. Prof. Mathematics 



Dr James X. Ward 
Assoc. Prof. English (Honors) 






Dr. Theresa Warrell 
Dir., Tennis Man.; Business Man. 



Clifford Wells 
Manager. Reeves Auditorium 



MSG Danny West 
Instr. Military Science 



Rita Sue Wiggs 
Director of Athletics (Basketball) 



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Dr. Mary Frances Boyce and Lynda Beard build a harp- 
sichord for the Methodist College Music Department 

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Gene Clayton "kisses the pig" for a SIFE fundraiser. 

J. Alan Coheley writes a few reminders on the board at 
a staff meeting. 



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David Williams 
Asst. Football Coach 



Gerri Williams 
Admin. Asst. to the President 



Stephen Williams 
Instructor of Earth Sci. & Geo. 



Sylvia Williams 
Sports Information Director 




Paul F. Wilson 
Asst. Prof, of Theatre & Speech 



R. Parker Wilson 
Assoc. Prof, of History (OAK) 



Kathy Woltz 
Career Placement & Counseling 



Shelia Yates-Tanouye 
Asstistant Registrar 



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^tudent 

A 

^"^ouncil 



ctivities 



The Student Activities Council (SAC) is a 
branch of the SGA that deals with the pro- 
gramming of special activities and events 
(eg. comedians, magicians, concerts, men- 
talists) held on campus. Suggestions and par- 
ticipation are welcomed. 




Seated, L to R: Connie Clow, Elizabeth Horton, Charlene Brophy, Tracy Maness. 
Standing, L to R: Jennifer Weyandt, Chris Moyer, Asst. Dean Chris Ryan, Brad Maloney. 



KAinority 
O tudents 

A 



ssociation 



The Minority Student Association is one 
of the oldest and most exciting clubs here 
at Methodist College. The Minority Student 
Association (previously the Black Student 
Movement) is dedicated to keeping open the 
avenues for the expression of minority ideas 
and culture, to maintaining unity among the 
beliefs and existence of the minority popu- 
lace. Membership is open to all students, 
regardless of race. 




Kneeling, L to R: Deidre Windsor (President), Cedric Wright, Jesse Smith, Dean of Students Mike Safely, 
Ernest Ferguson. Standing, Row 1, L to R: Amari Hooker. Gloria Threet, Deidra Vandervort, Terri 
Brown, Medina Jones, Delana Epps, Katina Thorne, Derrick Johnson (Secretary), Elmer Starkey, Telly 
Whitfield (Treasurer), Wilford Saunders (Advisors), Randy Jackson. Standing, Row 2, L to R: Juanita 
Heyward, Maria Mclver, Stephanie Kingsberry (Vice-President), LaDaryl Pierce, Andre Johnson. 




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Front Row, L to R: Jason Wolff, Cassie Paugh, Tina Byard, Michael Graham, Shawna Grooms, Anne 

Rawls, Jeff Powl, Doug Thompson. 

Back Row, L to R: Michael Stevens, Brian Rodgers, Allan Jennings. 



k A ethodist 
^ > ollege 

A mbassadors 

The Methodist College Ambassadors are 
a group that operates out of the Admissions 
Office. Among other things, the Ambassa- 
dors give tours to prospective students. 




BERNS 






L to R: Derrick Johnson, Jennifer Kimball, Tracy Maness (Vice-President), Charlene Brophy (Secretary), 
Jamelle Ushery, Caroline Kearns, Abigail Findlay (President), Ben Dennis, Jason Wolff, Cassie Paugh, 
Kelly Cap, Austin Gurney. 



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tudent 



overnment 



ssociation 



The SGA is composed solely of full- and 
part-time students at Methodist. The asso- 
ciation is governed by a constitution and di- 
rected by officers elected by the student 
body. The purpose of the SGA is to repre- 
sent the students to the college administra- 
tion and design programs to meet the needs 
of the students. All students are encouraged 
to participate in the programs sponsored by 
the SGA and to provide new ideas for im- 
plementation. 




The Student Communi- 
ty Court is comprised of a 
Chief Justice elected by the 
student body and Associ- 
ate Justices appointed by 
the Senate. They hear cas- 



es dealing a course of ac- 
tion ranging from written 
warning to removal from 
the residence halls. This 
year's Chief Justice was 
George Lewis. 



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^^ollege 
r>owl 



The College Bowl team is still struggling 
to make a name for itself in the region. 
They've competed at the University of Vir- 
ginia and at Elon, but were snowed out of 
their regional tournament in Tennessee. 




L to R: Dr. R. Wayne Preslar (advisor), Michael Molter, Todd Lyden, Stephen Fann (hanging), jeannie 
denman, Caroline Kearns, Daryl Hales (kneeling), Christopher Laning, Doris Wochner-McVey. 



istory and 



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political 

s 



cience 



The Methodist College History, Political 
Science and Criminal Justice Club is an or- 
ganization interested in social issues, gov- 
ernment, and law. This year the club mem- 
bers were able to visit Washington, D.C. 
While in Washington they were able to see 
Congress and the Senate in session and they 
received briefings from Senator Jesse 
Helms's and Congressman Charlie Rose's of- 
fices. The club members were able to see 
government in action. 




L to R: Daryl Hales, Deidre L. Windsor, Brian Berry (Secretary), James Cook (Treasurer) 
(President), Dwayne Mack (Vice-President), and Eric Williams. 



Diane Baker 



The Debate Club has 
travelled a lot this year. 
Here they are pictured eat- 
ing dinner at the Naval 
Academy in Virginia. 













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angers 



Membership on the Ranger Challenge 
team is earned. The training requires a tre- 
mendous amount of time, sweat, and sac- 
rifice. Competition is intense and demand- 
ing. Cadets must be in top physical condition 
and committed to winning. 



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Standing, L to R: CDT Robert Rheinhardt, CDT Bob Ralston, CDT Deidre Windsor, CDT Cynthia O. 
Evelyn, CDT Dennis Walters (Team Captain). Kneeling: CDT Brian Berry. 




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3rd row, standing, L to R: CPT Houston, CDT Maj Sachariason, CDT Walmsley, 
CDT Caples, CDT 1 st SGT Wilding, CDT Dennis, MSG West. 2nd row, kneeling, L to R: CDT Githens, 
CDT Wolford, CDT Carl, CDT Evelyn, CDT Hoffman, CDT Walters, CDT Maj Lewis. 1st row, 
kneeling, L to R: CDT Lt Sabo, CDT Cook, CDT Ralston, CDT Howell, CDT Berry, CDT Rheinhardt, 
CDT Kadet. 



R 
O 
T 
C 



eserve 



fficers 
raining 
orps 



Army ROTC is a program which com- 
bines college courses in Military Science with 
summer training sessions to turn students 
into Army officers. Upon successful com- 
pletion of the program and graduation, ca- 
dets are awarded a commission as a second 
lieutenant in either the G.S. Army Reserve, 
the National Guard, or the G.S. Army. 




T 



he Veterans' Club was 
created in 1991 to help 
veterans of all branches of 
the service and their de- 
pendents work to gether to 
get the most out of the col- 
lege experience. 



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>hi 



^lgma 
Iota 

Chartered in 1985 at Methodist College as 
the 148th chapter of $21, this international 
honor society recognizes outstanding ability 
and high standards in the field of foreign 
language study. There are now 90 members 
in the local Kappa Gamma (KT) chapter 
which is one of the six chapters at North 
Carolina colleges and universities. There are 
more than 200 chapters in the U.S.A., Mex- 
ico, and France. 




Seated, L to R: Susanne Taylor, Jennifer Kimball, Julia Abner, Mercedes Harris. Standing, L to R: 
Dr. Joan Bitterman, Shane Wall, Carina Lindley, Valerie Harel, Doris Wochner-McVey, Joy Kirkpatrick, 
Ramona Santos, Tracy Laudermilt, Claudia Herrera, Dr. Arnal Guzman, Brenda Faircloth, James Rorke, 
Mrs. Elaine Porter. 



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hi 



AX is a national honor scholarship society 
founded in 1922. The North Carolina Mu 
Chapter was installed in 1976. Membership 
is limited to the top 3 percent of the junior 
class and the top 5 percent of the senior 
class in a given year. New members inducted 
April 13 were: Lash Bragan, Melissa G. Burch, 
Lan Cao, Paul Edouard Domond, Yvonne A. 
Eyler, Stephen A. Fann, Alice Mae Horst- 
mann, Donald E. Langworth II, Tracy Edge 
Redfern, Susanne Carola Taylor, Doris 
Wochner-McVey, Paul John Wojcik. 







Seated, L to R: Melissa Burch, Yvonne Eyler, Doris Wochner-McVey, Tracy Redfern. Standing, L to R: 
Paul Edouard Domond, Paul Wojcik, Donald E. Langworth II, Stephen Fann, Lash Bragan. 



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Front row, L to R: Mayor J.L. Dawkins, Abigail Findlay, Jennifer Kimball. Paul Wojcik, Jason Wolff. 
Second row, L to R: Robert Bloodworth, George Lewis, A.B. Bryant, Tammy Murphy, Leigh Murray, 
Dr. Linda Sue Barnes, Tracy Maness, Brian Ravenelle, jeannie denman, Nona Fisher. Back row, L to R: 
Dr. M. Elton Hendricks, Louis Spillman, R. Parker Wilson, Branimir Ilic, Dr. William Lowdermilk, Robert 
Pilewski, Chris Laning. Not pictured: C. Kearns, C. Gilligan, R. Dempster. 




OAK tapping the Mayor at City Hall. Pictured, L to R: Dr. William Lowdermilk, Dr. M. Elton Hendricks, 
Louis Spillman, Jr., Mayor J.L. Dawkins, Chris Laning, Mrs. Nona Fisher, Mr. Robert Bloodworth, Jr., 
jeannie denman. 



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micron 



elta 



appa 



The 92-93 school year was a busy one for 
national leadership society OAK. They at- 
tended the bi-annual province meeting at Vir- 
ginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, in Fe- 
buary, and continued its fund-raising pro- 
ject — selling lollipops. Of the thirteen new 
members inducted this year, two are of extra 
special note: faculty member Bob Blood- 
worth and Fayetteville Mayor J.L. Dawkins. 
Though the group is an exclusive one, the 
rewards are well worth the price. 



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gma 



<£H2 (not pictured) is a freshman honor 
society established to promote a higher stan- 
dard of learning and to encourage high scho- 
lastic achievement among freshmen. 




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c 



hi 



Psi Chi (XX) is the national honor society 
in psychology. In order to be a member of 
XX, a student must be in the top third of 
his class and have a "B" average in his/her 
psychology course work. The student must 
also have completed at least six semester 
hours of psychology classes and be enrolled 
in a third class before being considered for 
membership. 

Sigma Omega Chi (2flX) is a similar or- 
ganization for those interested in the field of 
sociology. 




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Row 1, L to R: Stephanie Boardman, Geneva Sonders, Terri Jo Stem, Jan Hill, Jennifer Uguccioni. 

2, L to R: Shelli Nobles, Ken Blankenship, Paul Edouard Domond, Chris Humphreys, Mike Miller. 

3, L to R: Dr. Don Lassiter and Dr. John Campbell. 



Row 
Row 



nternational 



c 



lub 



The International Club provides an envi- 
ronment for promoting the culture of inter- 
national students and making the campus 
more aware of foreign cultures. Any mem- 
ber of the Methodist College community who 
has an interest in foreign culture may join. 




Valerie Harel, Lan Cao, Etsuko Martin, and Mrs. Gerald Ellison ( a host mother for many years) enjoy 
an evening at Jane Cherry's house. 




Not only are students involved in the club, but 
graduates as well. Masumi and Jun Kohata, 
graduates of Methodist, came back to treat the 
International Club to a little Oriental cooking. 

Naoko Machi poses for one last picture before 
she boards her flight home. Naoko graduated 
from Methodist in May '93. 



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E 
A 



tudent 



education 



ssociation 



Row 1, seated, L to R: Kelly Taylor, Dawn Thompson, Deanna Godwin. Row 2, L to R: Nicki Murdoch, 
Lisa Burgess, April MacMillan, Tanya Byrn, Kim Reeder, Alison Shirley. Row 3, L to R: Vivian 
Fredericks, Tracy Laudermilt, Malcolm Register, Madelyn Pelchat, Barbara Rhodes. 




Student Teachers 



The Student Education Association is the 
Methodist College chapter of the Student 
North Carolina Association of Educators 
(SNCAE). This year SEA has been actively 
involved in several community and school 
projects. The club sponsored an art exhibit 
in December featuring students from Ms. 
Foti's art education class. The organization 
is open to all college students planning to 
teach in any field at any level. 



Row 1, seated, L to R: Misty Looney, Angela Langston, Mercedes Harris, Robin Canterbury, Stephanie 
Cade, LeCarla Gardner. Row 2, L to R: Peggy Vlasko, Annette Hall, Elizabeth Raynor, Tracy Redfern, 
Lisa Renee Johnson, JoAnn Kopp. Row 3, L to R: Johnson Loveland, Jason Britt, Joseph Myrtle, Mark 
Morris, Caroline Gaddard-Crislip, Cathy Griffith, Shelly Brauch. 



Student 
^"Nub for 
Exceptional 
f~* hildren 




SCEC is probably best 
known for the Autumn Har- 
vest Festival and Kiddie Car- 
nival that it has organized for 
the past three years. 



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C 



ccounting 
lub 




Several members of the Accounting Club 
received an award in November for winning 
the Southwest Region Case Competition 
sponsored by the Institute for Management 
Accountants. 






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tudents 



n 



r"ree 

["" nterprise 





Standing, L to R: Kelly Parrish (Vice-President), Cathy Richardson, Joan Miller, Maria Daily, Grace 
Godwin (President), Stephanie Kingsberry (Secretary), David Herring, Mr. William M. Richardson (Ad- 
visor). Kneeling, L to R: Harry Hoffman, Alan McWhorter, Michael Hoffman, Robert Mezera. Not 
pictured: Kim Brewington (Treasurer), Sara Parrish. 



SIFE offers an opportunity for students to 
obtain leadership training in various econom- 
ic projects and to take part in regional and / 
national competitions. 




Standing, L to R: Ben H. Dennis, Bryan D. Miller, Dr. Donald S. Kline, Donald S. Kline, Jr., Donna M. 
Bramble, Richard W. Jinnette. Seated, L to R: Lan Cao, Timothy P. Benfield, Debra L. Clevenger. 




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Row 1, kneeling, L to R: Dr. Linda Sue Barnes, Dennis Swan, Dan Langworthy, Stephen Fann, Richard 
Whitman (sitting). Row 2, standing, L to R: Sayey Araghi, Gesa Wellenstein, Cynthia Evelyn, Dr. 
Margaret Folsom, JoAnne Price, Holly Provost, Marizza Moreno, Donrie Eldridge, Andrea Burns. Row 
3, standing, L to R: Mary Beth Wrinkle, Dana Mack, Jason Williams, Jonathan Fustine. 



B 
B 
B 



eta 



eta 



eta 



The Tau Zeta (TZ) chapter of BBB began 
the year with a membership drive ending in 
a "tasks" week and induction ceremony. The 
chapter continues its recycling efforts on 
campus by collecting aluminum cans. The 
club was part of planting of a butterfly gar- 
den along the west side of campus, and 
helped with Show You Care Day. The TZ 
chapter of BBB continues to participate as 
actively as possible in the field of Science 
and anticipates more productive years in the 
future. 




L to R: Joseph Hindsley, John Doherty, Dereck Barnes, Theo Ngoma, Americo Conde, Paul-Edouard 
Domond, Dr. Shivappa Palled. 



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omputer 



cience 



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M 
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and 



athematics 



The purpose of the Computer Science and 
Math Club is to bring together students with 
a common interest in Computer Science or 
Math. The club provides students with a way 
to not only interact with the faculty outside 
of the classroom, but also with information 
about their major field of study and work 
opportunities in this area. The club also pro- 
vides presentations concerning topics of cur- 
rent interest in the field, and sponsors field 
trips to area employers to observe how local 
companies operate. 



On Show You Care Day, members of Tri Beta 
helped science faculty repair the Nature Trail 
and plant bulbs around the pond near the golf 
course. 



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ampus 




ublications 



Small Talk ► 

Small Talk is the campus newspaper, writ- 
ten predominantly by the journalism class, 

. u a ii Small Talk staffers in their journalism class. L to R: Tony Butler, Jessica Riser, Terrah Nanney 

published approximately Once a month. All Tang p ablo Jiminez- Dr . Michael Colonnese, Gil Un, Cathy Clayton, Vatrice Mack, Sarah Shew, S 

student entries are welcome. Young. 



Derek 

imone 



Tapestry ► 



Tapestry is the campus literary magazine. 

This year Cathy Griffith was the editor. All 
student entries are welcome. 



Carillon ► 

Carillon is the campus yearbook. This 
year's editors were Jeannie Denman and Ra- 
chel Juren. Student photography and stories ► 
are welcome. I S ▼ 




Yearbook staffers at work. L to R: Jeannie Denman. Rachel Juren, Deborah Lauboy, Crystal Grizzard. 









f* hristian 
I ife 

^^ouncil 



Kneeling: Amiri Hooker. Row 1, standing, L to R: Jeff Alton, Kelly Cap, Sarah Shew, Joy Gilbert, 
Alice Simmons, Travis Jordan, Sammy Hudson. Row 2, standing, L to R: Todd Lyden, Steve Mattulat, 
Craig Wille, Tony Butler. 



CLC is composed of students who work 
with the campus minister to offer programs 
and activities which enable spiritual growth 
for the college community: Bible study, dis- 
cussions, visiting musicians and speakers, 
etc. Weekly worship services are open to all. 
Fellowship groups such as Campus Crusade 
for Christ and FCA provide nurture and sup- 
port. CLC encourages students, faculty, and 
staff to give to others through participation 
in a wide range of ministries. 




fellowship of 
f^ hristian 
A thletes 



The FCA purpose is "to present to ath- 
letes and coaches, and all whom they influ- 
ence, the challenge and adventure of re- 
ceiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, 
serving Him in their relationships and in the 
fellowship of the church." FCA at Methodist 
College is open to all students, whether they 
are athletes or not. 



Foreground: Kevin Stark. Row 1, L to R: Eric Rhew, Michelle Farnum, Tammy Murphy, Darlene Dykas, 
Joe Myrtle, Chris Daggett, Carter Catlett. Row 2, L to R: Sammy Hudson (painting) and Jeff Alton 
(kneeling). Standing, L to R: Theo Ngoma, and Cheryl Peterson. 



k A ethodist 
^■^ollege 
f** horus 



The Methodist College Chorus and Rain- 
bow's End spent a week in January touring 
Florida and the Bahamas. After singing con- 
certs in Fernandina Beach and Orlando, the 
students flew to Nassau where they per- 
formed for schools and churches. In April 
the chorus performed Bach's Cantata No. 
106, "Gottes Zeit is die Allerbeste Zeit," as 
part of the dedication of the college's new 
harpsichord. The cantata features the harp- 
sichord and a small orchestra to accompany 
the chorus. 




Foreground, L: Valerie Oyen-Larsen (accompanist), Foreground, R: Alan Porter, (conductor) Front row, 
L to R: April Pitts Deidra Vandervort, Wyndee Owen. Mark Lee, Michael Thrash, Steve Mattulat, Dena 
Briggs, Bethany Surridge, Kim Weaver. Row 2, L to R: Shawna Grooms, Andrea Connelly, David 
Teague, Jason Britt, Freddie Wright, Rachel Juren, Heather Daniel, Ann Rawls. Back row, L to R: 
Craig Wille, Bryan Wright, Louis Seymour, Shawn Cucciardi, Michael Graham. 



R 

pnd 



ainbow's 



This vibrant group of young people com- 
prise one of the most popular performing 
groups in the Fayetteville area. They travel 
throughout eastern North Carolina singing 
for churches, school and civic organizations 
and are enthusiastically received wherever 
they appear. Their repertoire includes a wide 
variety of styles, but their specialty is light, 
secular music of a wholesome nature. This 
year's repertoire included "Put On a Happy 
Face," "Varsity Drag," "Let There Be 
Praise," and "Close to Thee." 




Top row, L to R: Diedra Vandervort (alto), Wyndee Owne (pianist), Dena Briggs (soprano), Bethany 
Surridge (soprano). Bottom row, L to R: Louis Seymour (baritone), Freddy Wright (tenor), Bryan 
Wright (baritone). Not pictured: Shawn Cucciardi (bass). 




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* to R: Paul Edouard Domond, David Teague, Dan Devlin, John Glosson, J.M. Rogers (director), Jason 
Jritt. 





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Rainbow's End poses with the Chapel Choir from Paichai University in South Korea when that group 
ame to perform at Methodist. 








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flayers 



The Circuit Players Touring Companies 
are in their ninth year of providing theatrical 
entertainment for educational and church or- 
ganizations. Throughout the academic year, 
these talented students tour the state offer- 
ing an entertaining, educational, and moti- 
vational experience for youth and adults 
alike. This year's shows were "Life at the 
Improv" and "A Funny Thing Happened to 
Me on the Way Through the Parables." 




On the wall, L to R: Jeannie Denman, Alice Simmons, Michael Thrash, Theresa Carlevaro. Off the 
wall, L to R: Camisha Bell and Chris Laning. Not pictured: Brian Drake, Lane Wray, Patricia Dennis, 
Rachel Juren, Demetrus McCollum, Rebecca Wilson. 



k A onarch 

| playmakers 



Monarch Playmakers is the student sup- 
port group for Methodist College Theatre De- 
partment productions. Membership is open 
to anyone interested in theatre who supports 
college productions by working backstage 
on crews or performing onstage. Among the 
many functions of Playmakers is the pres- 
entation of Oustanding Technician awards. 
Members are also involved in college and 
community volunteer projects. 




Foreground: Chris Laning. Seated, L to R: Caroline Kearns, Camisha Bell, "Propmaster Jay" Ohlmacher, 
Lynda Beard. Standing, L to R: Tracy Maness, Theresa Carlevaro, Rachel Juren, Paul Wilson (advisor), 
Jeannie Denman, Tony DeLapa, Robert Bloodworth. 



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Qsi 

Pjmega 



Standing (Left to Right) Rachel Juren, Lynda Beard, Paul F. Wilson, Caroline F. Kearns, Dr. Tony 
Delapa, Robert Bloodworth 

Sitting (Left to Right) Nona Fisher, Tracy Maness, Theresa Carlevaro, Camisha Bell, James "Propmaster" 
Ohlmacher, Christopher Laning, Jeannie Denman. 



Methodist College's Omicron Mu (OM) 
chapter of the national theatre honorary, 
ATO, has been busy this year. It has had its 
most successful year of initiating new mem- 
bers and raising money. Much of the em- 
phasis has been on original plays. For the 
third year the OM chapter has sponsored a 
playwriting contest from which the best three 
one-acts were performed at a Hail, Dionysus! 
'93 Festival. This year members who were 
graduating seniors had tassel and cords to 
wear at graduation. 





Brian Drake received the 1993 Outstanding Director Award. 



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FOOTBALL 



The 1992 Monarch football team finished 
0-10 under the direction of first year coach, 
Jim Sypult. Despite the losses, the Monarchs 
displayed outstanding improvment in every 
category. The highlight of the season was Rich 
Jinnette, who was selected as Methodist's first 
football All-American. Rich finished second 
in the country in both kick-off and punt re- 
turns. 



Quarterback, Ben Pope, breaks through a tough Davidson * 

defense to gain yardage. ^ 





(Left to right) Bottom row: Britt Morton, Mike Locasio, Henry Watson, Chris Gillien, Shannon Pope, Ernest Ferguson, Ben Coffey, Matt Chapman, Elmer Starkey, Fred 
VanSteen. Dan Dunham, Jim Gainey, Tim Muller & Tony Boone; Second row: Erik Dorsey, Greg Gross, Fred Harris, John McKinney, Maurice Morales, James McMillian, 
Jamal Taylor, Chuck McDavid, Terrance Agee, Sean Delaney, Billy Minard, Paul Maynard, Terrell Utley, Jeff Puryear, Kevin Cross, Rich Jinnette, Wayne Foster & Adam 
Lough; Third row: George Blackshaw, Tom Cahill, Malcomb Mebane, Jamal Pointe, Greg Banner, Coach Keady, Coach Garver, Coach Sinkovitz, Coach Williams, Head 
Coach Sypult, Coach Westerfield, Coach Sherman, Coach Daughtery, Coach Strahan, Rick Foutz, Steve Burton, Josh Simpson. Jeff Baker & LaDarryl Pierce; Fourth row: 
Tim Shaw. Mark Moses, Jason Breedlove, Willie Blue, Eddie Cagle. Chris Adkins, Marc Feller, A.J. MacPherson, Jim Case, Rich Pope, Tim Hollister, Bard Collins & 
Jason Wolfe; Fifth row: Jeff Alton, John Germano, Jamelle Ushery, Chad Drake, Allan Jennings, Kevin Starke, Amiri Hooker, Brett Gross, John Torman, Eric Abendschein, 
Chad Rupert. Bill Hughes & Steve Szakal; Last row: Andre Johnson, Mark Gleason, Shane Elder, Drew Parker, Chris McBay, Dexter Murrell, Allen Lassiter, Scott Mauldin, 
Nick Munn, Jamie Justice, Raiford Gainey, Ben Pope & Jim Bob Randolph. 



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Methodist's strong defense stops the Davidson 
offense dead in their tracks. 




Erick Williams heads toward the goalline after proving Jamie McMillian dives for the goal line to score six for 

his quickness to the defense. the Monarchs. 



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CHEERLEADING 



(Left to right) Bottom row: Patty Howard, Angela Jestes, Stephanie Thompson, Cara Vandenberghe, Stacey Harper, Sharon Smyzuk, 
Sonja Kristiansen, Kim Lovely, Trisha Stem, Nanette Ragan, Kristie Price, Karen Rafferty, & Kim Weaver; Back row: Jeff Puryear, 
Ed McEnroe, Erik Carlsen, A.J. Jones, LeRoy McCullough, Dave Leach, Ben Pope, & Abel Rosa. 



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The 1992-93 Methodist College Cheerleading Team Continued their 
winning ways in an even bigger fashion this year, under the direction of 
first-year coach Tracey Hubiak. 

The team spent a great deal of time practicing and preparing for the 
season during the summer and at camp, where they were awarded first 
place in fight song and sideline, third in cheer, and recieved the Leadership 
Award. 

The team worked hard to build spirit by expanding the program and 
having cheerleaders at more athletic events. 

The year was capped off by regaining the Dixie Conference Title in 
February. The momentum of that victory carried the Monarchs right into 
the National championships in San Diego, California where they had their 
best finish ever in their division. They were ranked as the fourth best team 
in the nation. This experiance and exposure has given the Methodist Col- 
lege Cheerleading Program a boost and the Monarchs are looking forward 
to a repeat trip to the championships next season. 

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(Left) "GO! MONARCHS GO!" 



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WOMEN'S SOCCER 



(Left to right) Bottom row: Tracy Ossont & Kate Howard; Middle row: Kristen Wright, Jennifer Kimball, Shannon 
Rumgay, Ellen Westcoat, Jennifer Savani, Leigh Murray, Colette Gilligan & Becky Morton; Back row: Assistant 
Coach Steve Springthorpe, Darlene Dykas, Missy Raide, Kara Leonard, Tammy Murphy, Ruth Keegan, Fiona 
Grogan & Coach Joe Pereira. 



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The Women's Soccer team completed the 
1992 seaaon with a 9-8-3 record. With an 
overtime tie against N.C. Wesleyan, they 
shared the title of conference champions. 
Playing in three tournaments during the 
season the Monarchs walked away with the 
title of Emory University Invitational. The 
team had two All-South players, Colette 
Gilligan and Becky Morton; and one All- 
American, Colette Gillian. With a very 
productive spring season and no graduating 
seniors the team is very optimistic for the 
fall campaign. 




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(Left) Leigh Murray goes down the field to at- 
tempt to make a goal for the Monarchs. 

(Below) Fiona Grogan shows that she can jump 
higher than her opponent to head bump the ball. 




(Above) Becky Morton fakes the competition out by reversing and going in the opposite 
direction. 

Freshman, Darlene Dykas and her teammate show the other team that they are not 
afraid of anyone. 



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MEN'S SOCCER 



(Right) Moarch celebrate after their victory over Bethany College to ad- 
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(Above) Stefan Stefansson scores another goal for the Nationally ranked Mon- 
archs. 

(Right) Micheal Jordan, Jason Butler, Stefan Stefansson, and Brad Hamilton get 
excited after scoring another goal. 

Ranked No. 1 in the South Region, No. 2 in the Nation, the 
Methodist Monarchs Men's Soccer Team advanced to the "Final 
8" in NCAA Division III. Marking the first time in Monarch 
soccer tradition that a Monarch team has advanced that far. Host- 
ing the NCAA Division III South Region Playoffs November 7- 
8, the Monarchs dominated play recording a 3-0 victory over 
sonference foe, Greensboro College and a 2-0 win over Bethany 
College. The Monarchs advanced to the Quarterfinal competition 
against Ohio Wesleyan with the winner advacing to the Final 
Four. The contest proved to be a battle with the bounce of the 
ball falling in Ohio Wesleyan's favor, 2-1 in double overtime. The 
two NCAA playoff wins improved the 1992 Monarchs to an un- 
beaten record of 16-0-2. During the regular season the team re- 
corded impressive victories over Division I teams such as East 
Carolina University, Campbell University, and the University of 
North Carolina at Wilmington. The Monarchs captured a fourth 
consecutive Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic conference title with an 
impressive 3-1 road win against Greensboro College. 




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(Left) Michael Scobee goes around his defender to 
advance down the field. 

(Middle) Charlie Murias attempts to score against 
the Bethany College goalkeeper. 





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nents and back down field. 



(Left to right) Front row: Todd Rubin, John Demos, Stefan Stefansson, Darren Tebbenham, Daniel Barros, Chris 
Pittman, & Ken Hoey; Middle row: Chris Shaw, Brad Hamilton, Michael Scobee, Bill Capobianco, Chris Prestridge, 
Justin Terrenova, Scott Johndrow, Bobby Lovelace, Michael Jordan, & Jason Robertson; Back row: Assistant Coach 
Maher, Manager Juan Milla, Charlie Murias, Chip Pleasants, Lee Burrows, George Lewis, Elton Ramey, Jason 
Butler, Greg Vallee, Jason Williams, & Head Coach Alan Dawson. 



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VOLLEYBALL 



Kim Miller bumps it in the air as her team- 
mates look on. 



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one. 



Jill Sturenfeldt, a middle hitter, spikes one over 
the net. 



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Kathy Carson, Angie Garner and Danielle Ge- 
nest (floor) work together to score a point. 



Angie Garner, first year player, jumps up for the spike. 




The volleyball squad posted their first 
twenty-win season in five years. They en- 
tered the season with four returners and an 
exciting crew of first year players. Their 
accomplishments include a second place 
finish in the Methodist College Invitation- 
al, a fourth place finish at the Gallaudet 
University Invitational and a second place 
DIAC regular seaon finish. Junior middle 
hitter Jill Sturenfeldt and sophmaore out- 
side hitter Michele Brown recieved second 
team All-Conference honors. Sophomore 
setter Kim Miller was honored with first 
team All-Conference and All-Tournament 
team membership. Junior Angie Garner 
recieved the Most Valuable Player honors 
as awarded by her teammates. 



(Left to right) Bottom row: Jill Sturenfeldt, Angie Garner, Coach Karen Smith, Michelle Hope, Danielle Genest, 
(Left to right) Top row: Kathy Carson, Alisa Lipe, Michele Brown, Kim Miller and Eileen Perry. 



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 



(Right) Angie Garner takes it up on the inside for 
the score. 



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(Above) Freshman, Linda McNair, shoots for two 
against the Lady Captains of CNU. 

(Right) Lady Monarchs celebrate after beating 

an undefeated Meridith College. \ 



The decade of the 90's continued to spur "firsts" for the Lady Monarchs basketball program. 
The 1992-1993 team claimed the program's first DIAC Regular Season Championship. A two- 
point loss in the tournament championship game prevented a trip to the NCAA Tournament. 
Senior Daphne Akridge was named to the DIAC All-Conference first team and sophmore Novella 
McMillian joined on the second team. Novella and Angie Garner were selected to the All- 
Tournament team. The final record was 15-11. 



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(Left to right) Bottom row: Novella McMillian, 
Sharnell Dunn, Daphne Akridge, Amy Smith, 
Renna Hooper, Stephanie Alverez, Stefanie Dun- 
can, & Linda McNair; Back row: Manager Med- 
ina Jones, Wendy Jordan, Leigh Watkins, Anne 
Uleman, Katina Thorne, Christy Barber, Angie 
Garner, Lathrell Isler, Roxanne Cannaday, Man- 
ager Simone Young, & Coach Rita Wiggs. 

(Below) Sharnell Dunn takes it right to the de- 
fense. 




Coach Rita Wiggs talks with her team during a timeout, 
about the next play. 



unior Angie Garner jumps it up to start off the game against Christopher Newport Uni- 
lersity. 



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MEN'S BASKETBALL 



Monarch Basketball began a new era in 1992-1993 
under first year coach Bob McEvoy. Led by senior co- 
captains Marc Malone and Scott Stoker the team finished 
strong, winning six of its last twelve games and capturing 
a tie for fourth place in the Dixie Conference. Malone 
led the team in scoring and rebounding and also earned 
All-Tournament honors at the Penn-State/ Behrend 
Holiday Tournament. Freshman Eric Rhew and Bill Ne- 
brich earned DIAC Rookie of the Week honors for strong 
conference performances. With ten first year players on 
the roster this season, the future Monarch Basketball 
looks bright in the years ahead. 

(Right) Coach Bob McEvoy and his team looks on intensly from the 
sidelines. 




(Right) Tim Burke uses his strength to by pass his opponent 
with easy. 




(Above) Senior Scott Stoker holds the ball as he looks for a 
teammate to pass it to. 



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(Left to right) Bottom row: Sherman Bullock, Marcus Martin, Brian Mills, Marc Malone, Scott Stoker, Tim Burke, Eric Rhew & 
Troy Pennington; Back row: Assistant Coach Todd Schayes, John Garner, Travis Armstrong, Stewart Howard, Bill Nebrich, Andy 
Smith, Kevin Dennison, Coach Bob McEvoy & Trainer John Topolski. 

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WOMEN'S TENNIS 



(Left to right) Branimir Ilic, Katie Brown, Dina LaVoe, Tracy Maness, Heather Hyslop, Janna Bias. 



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(Above) Dina LaVoe and Heather Hyslop take a minute to relax after a nerve-racking 
day. 

The women's tennis team faced tough competition this year. Their 
opponents included teams such as Washington & Lee, Guilford, and 
Christopher Newport. The Lady /monarchs finished the season with 
a 6-13 record and earned second place in the DIAC Conference 
Tournament (just two points behind the champions). Under the guid- 
ance of Coach Warrell, our team has set their sights on recapturing 
the DIAC title next year. Tracy Maness, Janna Bias, and Heather 
Hyslop were named All-Conference in singles competition. The dou- 
bles teans of Maness/Biasand Hyslop/LaVoe were named All-con- 
ference in doubles competition. 

(Left) Tracy Maness and Janna Bias are both valuable players to the Methodist 
College Women's Tennis team. 



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MEN'S TENNIS 



Tom Maze and Marc Tyndale look gentle in the picture, but on the 
court they backhand people left and right. 

The men's tennis team was the Dixie Conference 
Champions for the third consecutive year. Facing several 
nationally ranked teams, the Monarchs finished with a 
record of 5-6. The experience brought about tremendous 
growth and improvement which they will capitalize on in 
future years. Mark Faber earned the prestigious MVP 
award. Wade Liles, Foo Hwa Kong, Marc Tyndale and 
the doubles teams of Mark Faber and Scott Pickrel were 
named All-Conference. In addition, Mark Faber and Scott 
Pickrel finished the season ranked in the top ten of the 
South Region. 





(front row) Tom Maze, Marc Tyndale, Foo Hwa Kong 

(back row) Branimir Ilic, Mark Faber, Scott Pickerel, unidentified, Pete Wright and Theresa Warrell. 



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Scott Pickrel has turned out to be a "smashing" success 
on the tennis court. 



Mark Faber and Scott Pickrel check out each others racquets 
— wonder which one is the real "Prince." 



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(Above) Mark Faber doesn't look too pleased with 
his last hit. 

(Left) Is Foo Kong playing tennis or auditioning 
for the local ballet? 



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TRACK & FIELD 



The 1993 season saw the resurgence of the Methodist College track 
and field program. After a successful indoor season the Monarchs took 
aim at the outdoor Mason-Dixon Conference Championships. The Mon- 
archs ended up with 95 points, which placed them in fourth place and 
only six points out of second. 

Those taking individual championships were Jamelle Ushery (So. 
Albany NY) in the 1 10 meter high hurdles and 400 meter intermediate 
hurdles, Brett Dietrich (Jr. Fayetteville NC) in the 300 meter steeple- 
chase; Jamal Taylor (Fr. Richmond VA) in the long jump, and Travis 
Armstrong (Fr. Gastonia NC) in the highjump. Coach Cole was se- 
lected "Mason-Dixon Indoor Coach of the Year." 

Methodist returned to the NCAA Div. Ill Nationals this spring for 
the first time in four years. Jamelle Ushery represented Methodist at 
the National Meet which was held at Baldwin- Wallace College in Bera 
OH. 

Ushery, who was seeded 15th going into the meet, ran an exceptional 
race in the qualifying heats, running a personal best of 14.69 seconds. 
In the finals, Jamelle ran 14.7 seconds to place 8th, which also earned 
him the status of Ail-American. 

The Monarchs lose only one athlete to graduation. "This has been 
one of the most successful years the program has ever seen," said Coach 
Brian Cole. "Between indoor and outdoor we had seven individual 
champions in the conference, 37 All-Conference selections, and an All- 
American, not to mention the second highest finish in the conference 
to date. 



Abigail Findlay practices her long-distance running for an upcoming competition 
in hopes of coming in first. 








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competitions. 



Jamelle Ushery leads the pack in the hurdles, with a fierce look of determination on his 
face. 



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Dan Jackson uses all of his strength to throw the javalin during 
competition. 

Christi Ferguson is concentrating deeply about her next event. 




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(Left to right) Bottom row: Erick Williams, Alexander Richardson, Christi Ferguson, Abigail Findlay, Karen Murphy, Ronnie Capobianco 
& Jamal Taylor; Back row: Dan Jackson, Stuart Howard, Brett Ciancanelli, Jamelle Ushery, Coach Brian Cole, Assistant Coach Simone 
Young, Brett Dietrich, Travis Armstrong, Hosea Jackson & Derrick Johnson. 



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SOFTBALL 



(Left to right) Bottom row: Deborah Lauboy. Monica Dunn. Kerry Oliastro, Kim Miller. Sandra Tripp, Alisa Lipe, 
Top row: Karen Smith, Tracy Ossont, Anne Uleman, Shawn Myers, Regina Johnson. Wendy Wear, Leigh Ann Hinson. 







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With only four returners from last year, the softball team en- 
tered the season with a few questions and some cautious expec- 
tations. The freshman class, along with the veterans, accepted the 
challenge of inexperience and continually improved throughout 
the season. 

The team took fourth place at the Virginia Wesleyan Invita- 
tional Tournament with scrappy heads-up play and finished fourth 
in the conference with an exciting final regular season double- 
header. They fell short at the conference tournament, though it 
was one of their best hitting games of the season. 

Junior second baseman Anne Uleman and sophomore center- 
fielder, Kerry Oliastro received second team honors while soph- 
omore catcher Kim Miller was named to the first team All- 
Conference. Oliastro received the Most Valuable Player honors 
as awarded by her teammates. 

Freshman, Monica Dunn winds up for the 
pitch. 




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Catcher Kim Miller takes the out but also takes the hit 
from her opponent. 

Shortstop Sandra Tripp makes the out at second and makes 
the throw to first for the double play. 




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Kerry goes to bat. 



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Baseball 



(Right) Todd Boyette rounds third base and shakes Coach Austin's hand, 
after hitting a home run. 



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Graham; Middle row: Mike Williams, Mark Roncase, Todd Boyette. Brad Parker, Paul Boehm, Paul knight, Ricky Young, Andy Nelson & Bill Logan; 
Back Row: Coach Tom Austin, Johnnie Faircloth, Brian Ford, Chad Hathaway. Derek Covell, Matt Boucher, Jeff Hewitt, Joe Myrtle & Coach Jim Peeples. 



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Carroll & Dan Martin; Middle row: Jason Bennette, Dan Pavolic, Deon McLamb, Darren Thompson, Jeff Powell 
& Brent West; Back row: Coach Jim Peeples, Telly Whitfield, Bill Hughes, Matt Tisher, Raeford Gainey, Richard 
Lloyd & Doug Tabler. 



The Monarch baseball team began the 
1993 season by bolting to an 8-0 record 
and followed with a 9-game win streak in 
mid-season. It finished the regular season 
with victories against highly regarded Di- 
vision III Mary Washington (16-6), No. 5 
ranked Division II Armstrong State (6-5), 
and Division II Norfolk State (7-6). 

Unfortunately for the Monarchs, the 
streak ended with their two losses in the 
NCAA South Regional Tournament. It was 
the Monarchs' 12th consecutive tourna- 
ment bid, but the exit was a quick one with 
a 0-3 loss to NC Wesleyan, followed by a 
0-2 defeat to Ferrum. The pitching was 
there but the bats weren't. 

Junior Brandon Bridgers was chosen sec- 
ond team All-American. Bridgers and Matt 
Berry were named to the All-South Team, 
with Joe Myrtle, Bryan Steinhagen, Matt 
Boucher, and Brian Ford earning second 
team honors. Myrtle and Bridgers were first 
team All-Conference; second teamers were 
Ford, Mark Roncace and Andy Nelson. 

A highlight of the season was Brian 
Ford's perfect game against St. John Fisher 
on March 15, 1993. Berry led the team 
with a .362 batting average, while Bridgers 
stole 54 bases. 



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WOMEN'S GOLF 



The Lady Monarchs have had a very successful year and 
are ranked #1 in the Nation going into the Small College 
Nationals. The Methodist women have won three tourna- 
ments (all Division I). After winning the JMU Invitational 
in the Fall and finishing 3rd at the College of Charleston 
tournament, the Lady Monarchs were invited to the pres- 
tigious Golf World Collegiate at Palmetto Dunes. The Spring 
season brought strong finishes at the Northern Illinois Snow- 
bird Classic and a third at UNC-W. With victories at both 
William and Mary and Penn State, this capped off one of 
our best overall seasons. Kelly Cap, Elizabeth Horton and 
Allyson Greer are ranked 1, 3 and 4 in the Nation, and all 
are Ail-Americans. Methodist is seeking its 7th Natinal Ti- 
tle at the NGCA Championships to be held at South Hadley, 
Mass. Last year, Methodist won the Division III National 
Title, while beating all of Division II as well, at the combined 
tournament. Greer was the Individual National Champion. 

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(Left to right) Bottom row: Michelle Jakren, Kelly Cap, Ana Rodriguez, Elizabeth Horton, Amy Hoke; Back row: Machelle Kolb, 
Christie Smith, Charlene Brophy, Jenifer Nee, Coach Ann Davidson. 




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Men's Golf 



The 1992-93 Men's Golf team regained the Dixie Con- 
ference Championship, but fell short of winning its fourth 
consecutive NCAA Division III title. The Monarchs fin- 
ished a respectable third at the National tournament held 
at Torrey Pines South Course in La Jolla, California. 
The highlight of the tournament was Ryan Jenkins be- 
coming Methodist College's third individual National 
Champion. Four players earned All-American honors; 
Ryan Jenkins — first team, Eric Haile — second team, 
Dave Jukes and Bill Anderson (captain, M.V.P.) Hon- 
orable Mention respectively. Sammy Hudson joined Jen- 
kins, Jukes, and Anderson on the All-District III and the 
All-Dixie Conference teams. Next year's team was the 
NCAA champion (Jenkins) and Conference champion 
(Hudson) returning to lead the team back to the top. 
Methodist College will be nothing the NCAA tourna- 
ment at King's Grant C.C. in Fayetteville. 







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The golf team with Third Place trophy and individual 
plaques. 

(left to right) Ryan Jenkins, Dave Jukes, Sammy Hud- 
son, Coach Steve Conley, Eric Haile, Bill Anderson. 




Ryan Jenkins — National Champion (medalist) in the 
NCAA Division III Championship. 

Back Row (left to right) Jamie Hurless, Sammy Hud- 
son, Dave Jukes, Jim Nickerson, Dirk Morris, Ryan 
Jenkins, Ben Van Ness, Andrew Shuck, Coach Steve 
Conley — Front Row — John Balmer, Mike Adamson, 
Bill Anderson, Matt Dietrich, Mike Riddle, Jens 
Klemsche, Eric Haile. 




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Athletic Awards 



Bill Anderson receives MVP Award for men's golf. 



There are a number of distinguished athletes who achieved 
a GPA of 3.5 or above this year. Not only do these stu- 
dents have to be completely dedicated to their sport, but 
to their studies as well. They are as follows: 



Stephanie Alvarez Women's Basketball 

Bill Capobianco Men's Soccer 

Chad Drake Football 

Darlene Dykas Women's Soccer 

Foo Hwa Kong Men's Tennis 

George Lewis Men's Soccer 

Tracy Maness Women's Tennis 

Tammy Murphy Women's Soccer 

Joe Myrtle Baseball 

Jim Bob Randolph Football 

Mark Roncace Baseball 

Chris Shaw Men's Soccer 

Andy Smith Men's Basketball 

The 1992-93 school year produced a great 
number of great athletes and students. Al- 
though all names are not available, the list of 
other athletes receiving awards is as follows: 
Angie Garner, Marc Malone, Jamelle Ush- 

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Mark Faber, Janna Bias, Stacey Harper, A.J. 

Jones, Rich Jinnette, Abagail Findlay, Ally- V 

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Rich Jinnette receives MVP Award for football. 



The number of athletes with a 3.0 GPA for the 1992-93 
academic year is very commendable. They are as follows: 

Mike Adamson Britt Morton 

Daniel Barros Chris Jo Pepper 

Todd Boyette Rich Pope 

Mark Faber Genee Sanders 

Abigail Findlay Kim Smith 

Colette Gilligan Kristy Smith 

Mark Gleason Stefan Stefansson 

Renna Hooper Jill Sturenfeldt 

Kate Howard Darren Thompson 

Heather Hyslop Cara Vandenberghe 

Jeffifer Kimball Leigh Watkins 

Paul Knight Henry Watson 

Allen Lasater Amy Wehner 

John McKinney Telly Whitfield 

Dirk Morris Todd Rubin 

Becky Morton 





Allyson Greer receives Outstanding Female Senior Athlete 
Award. 



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Marc Malone receives MVP Award for men's basketball. 




Cheerleader A.J. Jones receives the Sherry Sellers Award. 



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"People don't under- 
stand what's differ- 
ent to them. It's our 
duty as citizens to 
change the hatred 
and prejudices and 
racism into kindness, 
love, and accep- 
tance." 




"My name is Sam and I'm gay. I didn't choose 
to be gay, but I'll probably be that way until I 
die." 




Students of all backgrounds mingle after the forum held 
on April 21 in response to Chris Laning's column: Con- 
servative's Corner. 




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Opening minds and hearts 



on campus 

There's so much I could say about prej- 
udice, racism, gay-bashing, chauvin- 
ism, religious persecution and all of 
the other forms of hate and misunderstand- 
ing out there. Sometimes the only reason for 
it is the same as the storming of the castle 
in Beauty and the Beast: "We don't like what 
we don't understand, in fact it scares us." 
Other times the hatred felt by those who are 
other than the "norm" is actually backed up 
by "facts" and reasonings. Still, one fact 
never changes — hate hurts. It hurts the one 
hated and the one who hates. Perhaps by 
"keeping an open mind" we can see who or 
what it is that each of us hates (and why) 
and find some way to dissolve the hate, or 
at least to resolve the tension. There are oth- 
er people who don't hate those who are dif- 
ferent; they just find some of the differences 



hard to deal with. 

Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, Native Amer- 
icans, gays, and women are still held back 
from many endeavors by a "glass ceiling" 
simply because they are not in the majority. 
The numbers don't support this, but the typ- 
ically European based society deems it ac- 
ceptable. 

So what's my point? How about that the 
Golden Rule isn't just something silly you 
had to learn in Sunday School. Or that Rob- 
ert Fulghum's idea of the need for all of us 
to "hold hands and stick together" isn't so 
far-fetched. Or maybe that the idea of love 
needs to move beyond sex or some obscure 
emotion and actually become a matter of 
practice? At any rate, if we don't do some- 
thing to learn to live together we're going to 
end up destroying each other. 



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Rev. Parnsh encourages eliminating all labels that hurt, . , „ , 

. , , ,., , . , , , r forum see the college community comes together, 

including ones like Arab, jock, slut, and taggot. 



167 



Columbus Discovered 
America. . . 

. . Or was he just a lucky gambler? 



Five hundred years ago an 
Italian sailor landed upon 
some of the islands of the 
Americas, and was given 
credit for discovering "A 
Whole New World," so to 
speak. Once we were all taught 
that Columbus discovered 
America and brought civili- 
zation, religion, and progress 
to those poor ignorant and 
barbaric souls who lived there. 
Now children are taught about 
many other non-European 
cultures that existed around 




The ships, made the same way as the 
originals were, are touring 20 Amer- 
ican cities, starting in Florida and 
ending up in California. Shown here 
is the Nina. 



1492 — not just "Injuns." 

This change is due in part 
to the greater presence and 
voice of the non-European- 
based section of our society. 
Director of Boston's National 
Center for Afro-American 
Artists Barry Gaither said in 
ARTnews (Oct 91), "Not 
everybody here wants to be a 
descendant of the Pilgrims. 
Those of us who come from 
rich cultural traditions — Af- 
rican-Americans, Hispanics, 
Native Americans — do not 
wish to abandon our specific 
cultural heritage in order to 
take part in what is our com- 
mon, our shared cultural her- 
itage." (105). 



The Santa Maria sails through New 
York harbor. The replicas of Col- 
umbus' ships arrived in the US on Feb. 
15, 1992, as part of the 500th anni- 
versary celebration of his voyage. 





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This is the pomp and circumstance that surrounds elections. But look beyond the 
balloons and cheers — what's really there? 

One thing that you can do to find out what's going on is to work on a campaign. 
Rules #1 & #2 in a democracy: get educated and get involved. 



168 



Work Hard for What 
You Believe 



In the next millenium we'll be telling our 
grandchildren all about the things that at 
the present time we have yet to find out our- 
selves. Does that scare you? If you feel that 
badly about it, do something to change the 
future. This year we were given the oppor- 
tunity to exercise one of our most influential 
rights as citizens of the United States of 
America — we voted. In the presidential elec- 
tion of 1992, Bill Clinton was the one chosen 
to lead our country. 



But isn't there more to being a responsible 
citizen than just voting for elected officials? 
What about attending rallies to express your 
opinion about a book-banning at the local 
library or about a landfill to be built in your 
community? Or going to Sunday School and 
helping out? Or volunteering to coach Little 
League or to lead Scouts? Or giving a little 
of your time, patience, and concern to shut- 
ins, the hospitalized, or the disabled? 

Working hard for what you believe doesn't 




have to take up a tremendous amount of time 
or energy. It can be as simple as speaking 
up when you believe that someone has been 
wronged or in keeping your mouth shut while 
others are gossiping. You don't necessarily 
have to make your presence known. Some of 
the strongest people in the world are those 
who, instead of rocking the boat, quietly sit 
in the back with their oar deep in the water 
and steer. 




Farewell to the man who spent 1 2 years (3/4 of the life 
of the average freshman) in Washington. 

Here's where true citizenship starts: read, listen, learn, 
then make your opinion known — VOTE. 



169 



And while I'm on my 
soap box . . . 




As you look back on your college years, 
take a moment to "keep an open mind" and 
remember both sides of the issues: Rodney 
King, victim or criminal; the LA Police, 
standard bust or racist action; gays in the 
military, patriotism or civil war; Miss Black 



America, opportunity or separatism; US 
troops in the Persian Gulf, Somalia, or Bos- 
nia, neighborly or nosy. Whatever your opin- 
ion now, it may change significantly 20 or 
30 years from now, or even before you grad- 
uate. 








To keep an open 
mind, sometimes we 
have to let go of the fa- 
miliar, if only for a sec- 
ond, in order to give 
new ideas a chance. In 
May 1993, Charles 
Vere, Earl of Burford, 



came to the MC Campus to share a theory about 
the authorship of the plays and sonnets attrib- 
uted to William Shakespeare. He said that the 
actor William Shakspere of Stratford on Avon 
could not possibly have written them, but that 
the 1 7th Earl of Oxford, Edward Vere, was the 
only logical choice to have written them due to 
his education, previously exhibited interest and 
talent, and presence in the court. Imagine the 
effect on the study of the Shakespearean plays 
and sonnets if Vere is correct! 




Charles Vere — Lord Burford 




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Although servicemen 
chalked "to Sad- 
dam with love" and 
other pleasantries on mis- 
siles and a warplane aboard 
USS Kitty Hawk before the 
air strike on Iraq in January 
'93 (see photo, right), warm 
fuzzies were the last things 
on their minds. The attack 
was meant to make an im- 
pression on Saddam Hus- 
sein, in addition to taking out 
the radar and missle sites in 
southern Iraq that have 
threatened the planes pa- 
trolling the area. 

Another grim aspect of the 
times is AIDS, the number 
nine cause of death in Amer- 
ica (cardiovascular diseases 



are number one). A new vi- 
sion of the world AIDS ep- 
idemic redicts that more than 
25 million people will have 
the disease by the end of the 
decade, and up to 120 mil- 
lion will be infected. This 
study, released by Harvard 
University researchers, en- 
visions an explosive, disas- 
trous spread of the disease, 
particularly in Asia. 

To show their love and to 
mark the loss of loved ones 
to AIDS, pople signed pan- 
els of the AIDS Memorial 
Quilt in New York (see pho- 
to, above). 







LOVE AND HATE 



172 



Anthony Kiedis of the Red Hot Chili Peppers shows off more 
than his spaceman trophy backstage at the ninth annual MTV 
Video Music Awards. 

Miss America #66, Leanza Cornett, is crowned in September 
1992. 




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The ninth annual MTV Video Mu- 
sic Awards showcased talents such as 
Van Halen, Red Hot Chili Peppers 
(breakthrough video, viewer's choice, 
and art direction), and the boys of 
Guns N' Roses. Others who were rec- 
ognized included Annie Lennox for 
"Why" off her double album Diva 
and Metallica for "Enter Sandman." 
Let's not forget vee-jay Cindy Craw- 
ford who stopped outside the pavilion 
to greet her fans and be photo- 
graphed. 

Others who shone in the spotlight 
included 21 -year-old Jacksonville, FL 
native Leanza Cornett who was cho- 
sen as the 66th Miss America. Now- 
president Bill Clinton wailed an im- 
pressive version of "Heartbreak Ho- 
tel" on the Arsenio Hall show in June. 




Bill Clinton blows a wailin' sax on the 
Arsenio Hall show, taped in June 1992. 
Said Hall, "It's good to see a Democrat 
blowing something other than the elec- 
tion." 

Guns N' Roses celebrate thier Michael 
Jackson Video Vanguard Award for 
"November Rain." 




Who Is Our President? 



The two major contenders in the 1992 
presidential race were President George Bush 
(Republican) and Arkansas Governor Bill 
Clinton (Democrat). The nomination for 
Bush and his running mate, Vice-President 
Dan Quayle, was announced on August 20, 
1992 at the Republican National Conven- 
tion, which was held at the Houston Astro- 
dome. At the Democratic National Conven- 
tion, Clinton and his running mate. Senator 
Al Gore, accepted the Democratic nomina- 
tion on July 17, 1992 at New York's Ma- 
dison Square Garden. A persistant also-ran 
in the election was Texas billionaire H. Ross 
Perot who, though he had much public sup- 
port, did not have the support of the electoral 
college. 



At the end of the race, William Jefferson 
Clinton emerged as the 42nd President of ' 
the United States of America. At the in- 
auguration ceremony on January 20, 1993, 
Clinton took the presidential oath on a King 
James Bible given to him by his grand- 
mother. The Bible was opened to the scrip- 
ture Galatians 6:8 — "For he that soweth to 
his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; 
but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the 
Spirit reap life everlasting." 

Some famous persons who were present at 
the ceremony included Michael Bolton and 
Kenny G, two of Clinton's favorite perform- 
ers, and Maya Angelou, who read some of 
her work at the ceremony and gave an in- 
spirational message. 




Clinton (L) and Gore (R) wave to the crowds who at- Bush (L) and Quayle (R) are partners for the future President Bill Clinton is sworn in with wife Hilary by 
tended the Democratic National Convention (see photo, at the Republican National Convention (see photo, hot- his side. 
top). torn). 



174 



"Potato Kid" William Figueroa, spelled 
potato correctly; Dan Quayle "corrected" 
it to potatoe. 



H. Ross Perot makes one of his many 
speeches in 1992 during his independent 
bid for the Presidency. 



American 
Happenings 



One event that had a great im- 
pact on the United States was the 
signing of the North American 
Free Trade Agreement, designed 
to create the world's largest and 
richest free trade zone, in Oc- 
tober 1992. The NAFTA would 
remove all trade barriers among 
the U.S., Canada, and Mexico 
for the next 15 years. For the 
agreement to go into effect, it 
must be approved by the legis- 



latures of all three countries. 

Texas billionaire H. Ross Per- 
ot took America by storm when 
he entered the presidential race 
as an independent candidate. 
When Perot dropped out of the 
race and then re-entered 1 1 
weeks later, he lost much of his 
potency, but he still had the po- 
tential to affect who would be- 
come our next president. 




175 



Olympics Winners '92 and other 




The 1992 Summer Olympics, 
held in Barcelona, Spain, marked 
the end of one era and the be- 
ginning of another. It was the first 
Olympics in which professional 
athletes were allowed to com- 
pete. Countering the attacks of 
commercialism, coach Chuck 
Daly argued that the presence of 
pros could do nothing but en- 
hance the event. "Somewhere out 
there now is a 13-year-old who 
wants to be a Michael or a Mag- 



ic, a Larry or a Patrick. That's 
the role of these games. That's 
what happens in all of these 
sports. It gives people a dream." 
Over 3 billion people in 183 
countries watched this Olympics, 
during which the US team won 
108 medals in all, which is nearly 
the best the team has ever done. 
The US will host the Olympics 
in 1996 in Atlanta and stands 
poised to rule the sports world at 
that time. 



The United States "Dream Team" The shaved pate of Bob Samuels 

in action (top left l. glows in V-ball victory (top right). 

Gail Devers running in the 100m Shannon Miller performing her floor 

hurdles (bottom left). exercises (bottom right). 



176 



Champions 




A cheering, chanting, delirious 
sea of humanity flooded Toronto's 
city center on October 25: "The 
chop stops here." The shouting 
Blue Jays fans were celebrating the 
1992 World Series, when the To- 
ronto Blue Jays defeated the At- 
lanta Braves 4-3 in 1 1 innings in 
Game 6. The Blue Jays became 
the first team to take baseball's 
ultimate prize outside the United 
States, making it truly a World 
Series. The Braves became the first 
team to lose consecutive World 
Series since the 1977-78 Los An- 
geles Dodgers. 

The US Open gave us the same 
winners as last year in the men's 
and women's singles titles, Stefan 
Edberg and Monica Seles. Edberg 
kissed the net cord in his quarter- 
final match, kicked a ball, smacked 
the net, and threw a towel. Seles 
wasn't quite as colorful when she 
won this tournament, her third 
Grand Slam tournament crown of 
1992. 

Monica Seles (pre-backstabbing) playing 
hard at the US Open in September 1992, 
which she won for the second straight year. 

Stefan Edberg walked away from the US 
Open with the world's No. 1 ranking, 
$500,000, and his second straight US 
Open title. 

The Toronto Blue Jays celebrate their 
World Series victory. For the first time 
ever baseball's championship pennant 
waves over another country. 



177 



American 
Tragedies 



An earthquake which rated 7.4 
on the Richter scale hit Southern 
California on June 28, 1992. This 
was followed by a 6.5 point quake 
only three hours later. Over 300 
people were injured and a child 
was killed. Water systems rup- 
tured, fires erupted, highways 
were upturned, and it left ap- 
proximately 500,000 without 
power. 

Hurricane Andrew, which hit 
southern Florida on August 24, 
1992, caused much of the same 
types of damage: 55 died and 
thousands were left homeless. 



Winds gusted to 164 mph and a 
12 foot tidal surge flattened 
homes, uprooted trees, flung 
boats into the streets, and 
wrecked an entire Air Force base 
(Mother Nature's way of helping 
the US military to downsize?) 

The first terrorist act on 
American soil occured on Feb- 
ruary 26, 1993 when an explo- 
sion rocked the World Trade 
Center in NYC. Islamic funda- 
mentalist Mohammed A. Sala- 
meh was arrested for the bomb- 
ing. 



A reporter visits the fault site (top right) 
after California's double earthquake. The 
World Trade Center (bottom left) after 
the February bombing. 

Hurricane Andrew hit the Southeast 
hard, leaving many without food and wa- 
ter (middle right) or power (bottom right). 




178 




Foreign 

Tragedies 



One of the worst famines in 
history is hitting Somalia. Esti- 
mates of the dead range form 
100,000 to half a million, but no 
one knows just how many have 
died in the Horn of Africa na- 
tion. Part of the destitution was 
caused by the battling of clans 
fighting in the central Bay region 
for supremacy after the ousting 
of Siad Barre. Harvests were dis- 
rupted and people uprooted, dis- 
placed, and left in great jeop- 
ardy. Many have died in the fac- 
tional fighting that has driven the 
nation since former leader Siad 
Barre's ouster. Casualty esti- 
mates range from conservative 
figures of 10,000 to the 60,000 
estimated by the human rights 
group Africa Watch. 

Food and military aid has been 
sent to hundreds of thousands of 
Somalis. The US Marines ar- 
rived there in December 1992 to 
assist in curtailing the wide- 
spread violence and to prevent 
looting of relief shipments, with 
the goal of providing safe pas- 



sage for food delivery to starving 
Somalis. The troops are patrol- 
ling the meanest streets of Mo- 
gadishu with a soft touch. Chil- 
dren wave as they pass or run to 
shake hands with those who have 
come to help. 

More than a million Somalis 
have fled their homeland for ref- 
ugee camps in neighboring coun- 
tries, with wealthier ones seeking 
safe haven in Europe, the United 
States, Canada, and elsewhere. 

Because of political persecu- 
tion, many Haitians have fled to 
the United States for asylum. 
27,000 of the refugees who were 
accepted and given a chance to 
be heard at the US naval base at 
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, were 
denied asylum and returned to 
Haiti. Bush decided on May 24, 
1992 that the Coast Guard would 
return all of the refugees to their 
country and that the Haitians 
could apply for asylum only 
through the US Consulate at 
Port-au-Prince. 



A US Marine finds a trusting friend in a Somalian 
child (top left). 



The hardest hit in the Somolian crisis have to be the 
country's children (bottom left). 

These Haitian refugees (bottom right) have travelled 
a long way toward freedom, only to be turned away 
by the country who for a long time said, "Give us 
your tired, your poor, your huddled masses..." 




179 



Taking 

out the 

Trash 

In September 1992 a group of more than 
20 companies launched a national campaign 
to encourage US businesses to buy recycled 
goods. There are vast supplies of paper, glass, 
and other reusable trash made available by 
recycling, but demand for these products is 
low. The effort to get businesses to use re- 
cycled products will include programs con- 
ducted around the country to show busi- 
nesses how to buy recycled good and how to 
put them into practical everycay use, as well 
as a database that informs businesses where 
they can buy items such as memo pads made 
from recycled paper. 




Workers at a privately owned recycling plant in NYC 
sort through cans (top) and other garbage (bottom). 



180 




Yugoslavia: 
A Country 
In Pain 



The territory of Yugoslavia for 
centuries was a battleground be- 
tween the Austro-Hungarian and 
Ottoman empires. In 1918, the 
Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, 
and Slovenes was declared, and 
in 1929 it was renamed Yugos- 
lavia. The new country was torn 
by demands for autonomy by 
Croatians who opposed Serbian 
domination. 

Of the 24 million people living 
there, Serbs account for about 
36% and the Croats for about 
20% of the population. Other 
Slav groups are the Slovenes 
(8%), the Montenegrins (3%), 
and the ethnic Albanians (9%). 



This ethnic diversity has been a 
source fo strife for centuries. 
President Tito, who ruled from 
1945 until his death in 1980, kept 
a tight lid on these internal eth- 
nic rivalries. Since his death, 
however, central power has been 
eaten away by the feuding re- 
publics. 

Inhabitants of the territory are 
confronted daily by the shelling, 
sniper fire, and death of a war 
which has left thousands dead, 
ahs sent more than a million flee- 
ing, and led to the creation of 
dreaded detention camps, lik- 
ened to those of Nazi Germany. 



Too young to understand why people hate each other, this toddler cries at his bullet- 
wounded glass door. 




This woman is not alone mourning for the 
dead at a freshly dug and filled grave. 



Pushing and shoving to try to buy bread 
and other staples is a way of life here. 



181 



WE WILL 
REMEMBER 



Drazen Petrovic (not pictured) 
1964 - June 1993 
NJ Nets player 

Rudolf Nureyev (top right) 
March 1939 - January 1993 
Ballet dancer 



Dizzy Gillespie (mid left) 
1917 - January 1993 
Trumpet legend 

Conway Twitty (mid right) 
1933 - June 1*993 
Country music star 

Helen Hayes (bottom right) 

1900 - March 1993 

"First Lady of American Theatre" 

Arthur Ashe (bottom center) 
1943 - Feb 1993 
Tennis star 

Jim Valvano (bottom left) 

1945? - May 1993 

NC State "Wolfpack" basketball coach 



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ERIC ABENDSCHEIN 

212 Country Club Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

JULIA ABNER 

7506 Coleridge Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

JAMES ADAMS 

RR 1 Box 68B 

Wade, NC 28395 

WILLIAM ADAMS 

785 Whispering Pines Rd 

Fay NC 28311 

MICHAEL ADAMSON 

RR 1 Box 99F 

Waynesburg, PA 15370 

RENE ADANK 

4743 Dominion Rd 

Fay NC 28306 

IVORY ADKINS 

1112 NE 24th Ave 

Ocala, FL 32670 

TERENCE AGEE 

RR 6 Box 167 

Brewton, AL 36426 

DAPHNE AKRIDGE 

RR 3 Box 776 

Bassett, VA 24055 

ANGELA ALLEN 

1813 Camelot Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

TIFFANY ALLEN 

398 Hillard Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

JEFFREY ALTON 

6456 Honeytree Ct 

Burke, VA 22015 

MANUEL ALVAREZ 

96 Packet Cir 

Pope A F B, NC 28308 

STEPHANIE ALVAREZ 

8229 NW 199 St 

Hialeah, FL 33015 

DEBBIE ANDERS 

6845 Brasswood Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

MARY ANDERSEN 

2293 Dockvale Dr 

Fay NC 28306 

JON ANDERSON 

333 Plantation Oaks 

Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 

WILLIAM ANDERSON 

PO Box 214 

Hollidaysburg, PA 16648 

D'ETTE LEE ANDREWS 

6516F Jefferey Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

SHAWN ANDREWS 

143 West St 

Boonville, NY 13309 

MICHAEL ANSAROFF 

2762 SW 5th St 

Delray Beach, FL 33445 

SAYEH ARAGHI 

3015 LudgateTr 

Fay NC 28306 

SHARON ARCHER 

PO Box N9941 

Nassau 

BAHAMAS 

JENNIFER ARGUELLO 

1407 Granada Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

TRAVIS ARMSTRONG 

1047 Shenandoah Dr 

Gastonia, NC 28052 



STANLEY ARNOLD 

PO Box 367 
Lillington, NC 27546 
DEANN AUSTIN 
585 Country Town 
Hope Mills, NC 28348 
JEFFERY AVANT 
1113 Thornwood PI 
Fay NC 28304 
CRYSTAL AVERY 
3267 Glenmore Dr 
Hope Mills, NC 28348 
SEAN AYERS 
7783 Swamp Rd 
Bergen, NY 14416 



CHRISTINE BABB 

5711 Loch Ness Ct 

Fay NC 28304 

SHANE BAGBEY 

425 Audubon Dr - Apt #2 

Danville, VA 24540 

DIANE POPPISH BAKER 

3403 Regiment Dr 

Fay NC 28303-4624 

JEFFREY BAKER 

1378 Inverness Forest Dr 

Lugoff, SC 29078 

KATHRYN BALL 

3306 Tree Grove 

San Antonio, TX 78247 

MICHELLE BALL 

117 Sisler St 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

JOHN BALMER 

10489 SE City Highway 464C 

Oklawaha, FL 32179 

CATHERINE BALYEAT 

1207 Lincoln Ave 

Falls Church, VA 22046 

GREGORY BANNER 

3929 Old Vineyard Rd 

Winston-Salem, NC 27104 

TAMARA BARBEE 

716 Rochester St 

Durham, NC 27704 

MARIA BARBER 

RR 15 Box 2335 

Lexington, NC 27292 

TODD BARBOUR 

218 Southland Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

BILLIE RENAE BAREFOOT 

RR 15 Box 54A 

Fay NC 28306 

ANNETTE BARKSDALE 

290 Spear Dr, Box 290 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

DERECK BARNES 

6121 Conaway Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

DANIEL BARROS 

6 Winnie Ct 

Edison, NJ 08820 

ERIC BARTO 

7250 Waynesburg Dr SE 

Waynesburg, OH 44688 

IAN BATES 

3949 Rosehill Rd - Apt #1312 

Fay NC 28311 

SARA BEECHEY 

5 Dianne Ave 

Cambridge, Ontario J IS 3J4 

CANADA 

ANDREA BEEMAN 

113 Weatherstone Dr - #301 

Fay NC 28311 



MICHELLE BEITZEL 

157 Tree Top Dr - Apt 132H 
Fay NC 28311 
CAMISHA BELL 

1909 Rosehill Rd 

Fay NC 28301 

JACK BELL 

6351 Creekview Rd 

Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 

TIMOTHY BENFIELD 

RR 6 Box 650 

Fay NC 28311 

JASON BENNETT 

PO Box 1251 

Crawfordville, FL 32326 

QUENITA BENTON 

1105 Vesper Ln 

Fay NC 28311 

BRIAN BERRY 

319 Norwhal Ct 

Fay, NC 28314 

MATTHEW BERRY 

133 Dowel] Dr 

Cary, NC 27511 

SUSAN ELLEN BERTKE 

203 Ray St 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

JANNA BIAS 

536 Deerpath Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

JEFFREY BILLINGTON 

5B 131 McCormick Rd 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 

BRIAN BISHOP 

7 Longfellow Dr 

Wilbraham, MA 01095 

GEORGE BLACKSHAW 

PO Box 783 

Stone Ridge, NY 12484 

MARGARETTA BLACKWELL 

4500 Windcross Ct 

Fay NC 28314 

LAURA BLANCHARD 

1905-7 Tryon Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

NATALIE BLANCHARD 

3247 Ridge View Ct - #107 

Woodbridge, VA 22192 

KENNETH BLANENSHIP 

101 Villa Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

WILLIAM BLUE 

RR 2 Box 634 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

STEPHANIE BOARDMAN 

1210 Shaw Rd - Lot 7 

Fay NC 28311 

ADOLPHUS BOBO 

6125 Lonestar Rd 

Fay NC 28303 

PAUL BOEHM 

158 Foxcroft Dr E 
Palm Harbor, FL 34683 
KETHA BONNER 
1633 North Luna 
Chicago, IL 60639 
TONY BOONE 

620 Kellan Cir 

Fay NC 28311 

JODI BORDER 

142 Lawson Dr 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

CHRISTOPHER BOROCZ 

8437 Nanci Dr 

Cleveland, OH 44136 

STEVEN BORSTAD 

140 Eulong Loop 

Raeford, NC 28376 



JAMES BOUCHER 

905 Fredonia Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

MARC BOUCHER 

905 Fredonia Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

BRENT BOWEN 

412 S Fayetteville St 

Clayton, NC 27520 

MICHAEL BOWERS 

1369 Liberty St 

Braintree, MA 02184 

THOMAS BOWLES 

1311 Rockcastle Rd 

Goochland, VA 23063 

WILLIAM BOYETTE 

302 Old E Lake Rd 

Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 

ANGELA BOYKIN 

712 Tamarack Dr - #6208 

Fay NC 28311 

MARTIN BRACK 

141 E Treetop Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

DONNIE SHANE BRAFFORD 

RR 3 Box 208 

Siler City, NC 27344 

LASH BRAGAN 

5156 Double Oaks Dr 

Fay NC 28306 

DONNA BRAMBLE 

RR24 Box 300B 

Fay NC 28306 

MICHELLE BRAUCH 

104 Pigeon House Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

TAMMY BRAXTON 

RR 5 Box 189A 

Fay NC 28301 

JASON BREEDLOVE 

PO Box 895 

Bessemer City, NC 28016 

CHRISTOPHER BREWINGTON 

PO Box 174, 71 ID Legion Rd 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

KIMBERLY BREWINGTON 

3243 Hennardland PI 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

BRANDON BRIDGERS 

509 Wendell PI 

Fay NC 28303 

DENA BRIGGS 

234 Stacy Weaver Rd 

Fay NC 28311 

KENDRA BRIGHT 

4510 Cumberland Rd 

Fay NC 28306 

CHRISTINE BRISBANE 

6436 Easthampon Rd 

Fay NC 28314 

HOLLI BRITT 

RR1 Box 361 

Fay NC 28301 

JASON BRITT 

RR1 Box 361 

Fay NC 28301 

DONOVAN BROCK 

RR1 Box 244B 

Warsaw, NC 28398 

RONALD ERIC BROCK 

PO Box 40 

Sunbury, PA 17801 

CHYENNE BROOKS 

2080 Osceolo Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

CHARLENE BROPHY 

PO Box 452 

Castine, ME 04421 



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BARRY BROWN 

1802 McGougan Rd 

Fay NC 28303 

CARLA BROWN 

224 Delta Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

KATHERINE BROWN 

1430 Pleier Dr 

Colorado Springs, CO 80921 

MICHELE BROWN 

2040 Goldwater Ct 

Maitland, FL 32751 

RICKY BROWN 

RR2 Box 197 

Harrington, DE 19952 

VALERIE BRYANT 

5208 Sundown Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

SHERMAN BULLOCK 

838 Taylor St 

Henderson, NC 27536 

REBECCA BULMER 

3854 Sturbridge Dr 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

KOMKAI BURANASONGKRAM 

120-2 N Virginia Ave 

Fay, NC 28305 

NATHAN BURDICK 

351 Davis St 

Greenfield, MA 01301 

LISA CARDEN BURGESS 

RR1 Box 505 

Semora, NC 27343 

TIMOTHY BURKE 

519 NW 7 Terrace 

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311 

ANDREA BURNS 

RR1 Box 114 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

GERALD LEE BURROWS 

3438 Sea Marsh Rd 

Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 

AARON BURT 

222 Lookout Terrace 

Fort Payne, AL 35967 

STEVEN BURTON 

RR1 Box 324 

Swoope, VA 24479 

ANTHONY BUTLER 

115 Fieldcrest Dr 

Louisburg, NC 27549 

JASON BUTLER 

244 Angel Dr 

Fay NC 28306 

RUSTIN BUTLER 

711 Hilton Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

TINA BYARD 

516 Carteret PI 

Fay NC 28311 

TANYA BYRN 

7400 Beaver Run Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

DAVID BYRUM 

PO Box 404 

Aulander, NC 27805 



BRIAN CACO 

2249 Primrose Ln 
Avon, OH 44011 
STEPHANIE CADE 
146 Villa Dr 
Fay NC 28311 
WILLIAM CAGLE 
RR2 Box 839 
Seagrove, NC 27341 



THOMAS CAHILL 

106 Brandeis Cir 

Halifax, MA 

JESSICA CAMACHO 

1496 Peridot Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

KELLIE SUE FERNANDEZ 

33B Cambridge Arms Apts 

Fay NC 28303 

MARY CAMPBELL 

807 Carolina Dr 

Raeford, NC 28376-9439 

ROXANNE CANNADAY 

1440 S Main St 

Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 

CYNTHIA CANNATA 

7105 Young Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

CHRISTOPHER CANNON 

1725 St Augustine Ave 

Fay NC 18304 

ROBIN CANTERBURY 

7073 Candlewood Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

LAN CAO 

No 48 Lane 129 

Rui Jin Er Rd 

Shanghai 200025 

CHINA 

KELLY CAP 

1292 Pioneer Dr 

Youngstown, OH 44512 

RONALD CAPOBIANCO 

96 Daytona St 

Atlantic Beach, NY 11509 

WILLIAM CAPOBIANCO 

16814 Zini Dr (P Baker) 

Port Richey, FL 34667 

PATRICK CARDENAS 

1918 Glenwick Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

SHERRI CARL 

RR6 Box 662 

Fay NC 28311 

THERESA CARLEVARO 

PO Box 82 

Johnson, NY 10933 

ERIK CARLSON 

1619 26th Ave 

Vero Beach, FL 32960 

RAYMOND CARON 

132 Lofton Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

MATT CARROLL 

3642 Bramblewood Way 

Marietta, GA 30062 

KATHLEEN CARSON 

PO Box 202 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 

SCOTTY CARTER 

2325 Clinton Rd 

Fay NC 28301 

BENSON CARUTHERS 

2441 N 36th St 

Kansas City, KS 66104 

JAMES CASE 

302 Pleasant Valley Rd 

Groton, NY 13073 

TARA CASHWELL 

4636 Keg Ct 

Fay NC 28314 

DANNY CASSIDY 

RR1 Box 597 

Providence, NC 27315 

JOSEPH CASTEEL 

5316 Chesapeake Rd 

Fay NC 28311 



WANDA CASTEEL 

5316 Chesapeake Rd 

Fay NC 28311 

BETH CASTELLANO 

23 Fair Oaks Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

CARTER CATLETT 

116 Hampton Roads Ave 

Hampton, VA 23661 

DANA CAULDER 

1906 Merrimac Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

MATTHEW CHAPMAN 

7500 Alameda Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

JAMES CHARTIER 

7114 Ryan St 

Fay NC 28314 

LISA CHAVEZ 

441 Morningside Ave 

Fay NC 28311 

RANDALL CHESKO 

2285 Brighton Rd 

Ellwood City, PA 16117 

DARCY CHESNEY 

6776-5 Willowbrook Dr 

Fay, NC 28314 

SANG CHI 

4201 Sweetwater Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

BOK-SOON CHO 

MC Box 12652 

Fay NC 28311 

HYUN JUNG CHOI 

117F Treetop Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

MARY CHOI 

6251 Lake Tail Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

JODY CHRISTOPHERSON 

RR2 Box 200E 

Boonville, NC 27011 

BRETT CIANCANELLI 

116 S Mayfair PI 

Chicago Heights, IL 60411 

MICHAEL CIANI 

3213 Rouse Dr 

Fay NC 28306 

GRAHAM CIMAGLIA 

600 Forest Lake Rd 

FAy NC 28305 

SUSAN CISSELL 

3B Douve PI 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

ELIJAH CLARK 

706B Windyhill Cir 

Fay NC 28303 

RAYMOND CLARK 

7006 Radnor Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

AMY CLAYTON 

265 Wedgewood Ct 

Fay NC 28303 

ANNA CATHERINE CLAYTON 

5846 Woodhaven Cir 

Fay NC 28311 

ROBERT CLAYTON 

815 Azalea Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

DEBRA CLEVENGER 

511 Jamestown Ave 

Fay NC 28303 

SHARON CLOER 

122-7 London Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

YOUNG CLOPTON 

5008 Watauga Rd - #D20 

Fay NC 28304-2200 



CONSTANCE CLOW 

RR4 Box 324 

Fay NC 28314 

JAMES COADY 

5 Terrace Dr 

Hampton Bays, NY 11946 

WILLIAM COFFEY 

978 Lisa Ave 

Fay NC 28314 

BRETT COLEMAN 

3054 Williams Creek Dr 

Cincinnati, OH 45244 

ALLISON SMITH COLLIER 

507 Farmview Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

BERNARD COLLINS 

RR1 Box 149 

Nashville, NC 27856 

BRIAN COLLINS 

207 Cobble PI 

Durham, NC 27712 

CHARLES COLLINS 

1645 Banbury Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

CHRISTOPHER COLLINS 

1645 Banbury Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

DEBRA COLON 

7213 Clearspring Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

LUIS COLUMNA 

82nd Airborne Division Band 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

DONNA COMBS 

5113 Rodwell Rd 

Fay NC 28311 

KEVIN COMBS 

5113 Rodwell Rd 

Fay NC 28311 

AMERICO CONDE-SUMIRE 

Urb Progreso Jr Acomayo B-9 

Casilla 116 Cusco 

PERU 

NICOLE CONDRON 

4819 Belford Rd 

Fay NC 28314 

ANDREA CONNELLY 

3850 N Walnut St 

Lumberton, NC 28358 

CHARLENE CONRAD 

305 Wareham Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

ROBERT COOK 

5715 McDougal 

Fay NC 28304 

SUSAN COOK 

PO Box 149 

Stedman, NC 

STEPHEN COOKSEY 

708 Britt St 

Saint Pauls, NC 28384 

BONNIE COOLIDGE 

718 KoolerCir 

Fay NC 28305 

SHANNON COOPER 

1823 Rivergate Rd 

Fay NC 28304 

LAURINDA COPECK 

830 Muskegon Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

WENDY COPELAND WEAR 

801 Blackrock Rd 

Merry Hill, NC 27957 

BRIDGET CORRIGAN 

8005 Holly St. 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 



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GLADYS CORWIN 

6100 Ramsey St #40 

Fay NC 28311 

MARY COSBY 

5810 Leisure Ln. 

Fay, NC 28314 

KATHY COTTRELL 

6799 Woodbridge Way - #104 

Fay NC 28314 

DEREK COVELL 

500 Southland Rd 

Fay NC 28311-0804 

GREGORY COX 

7112 Cedarbrook Rd 

Charlotte, NC 28215 

ROBERT COX 

1912-5 Tryon Dr 

Fay NC 28303-6203 

SETH COX 

218 Carolina Trace 

Sanford, NC 27330 

WILLIAM CRAWFORD 

5807 Norman PI 

Fay NC 28314 

SPENCER CREECH 

8424 Crowder Rd 

Raliegh, NC 27603 

AMIE CREEDON 

6804-6 Willowbrook Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

JOSEPH CRINKO 

4658 Oberlin Ave - Apt 202 

Lorain, OH 44052 

KEVIN CROSS 

PO Box 74 

Gates, NC 27937 

TIMOTHY CROSS 

RR1 PO Box 42 

Moncure, NC 27559 

MARK CRUTCHFIELD 

13012 Fairwood Rd 

Petersburg, VA 23805 

BENEDICTO CRUZ 

1205 Tallstone Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

SHAWN CUCCIARDI 

924 Idlewilde Ct 

Helena, MT 59601 

CHRISTOPHER CULBRETH 

RR1 Box 333C 

Fay NC 28301 

SEAN CUNNINGHAM 

7650 SW 133 St 

Miami, FL 33156 

AMY CURRIE 

RR2 Box 965A 

Elizabethtown, NC 28337 

TERYL CURRY 

5452 Ramsey St - Apt 10 

Fay NC 28311 

RICHARD CUTLER 

510 Wendell PI 

Fay NC 28303 



DOROTHY DAILEY 

RR2 Box 317 

Lillington, NC 27546 

CHERYL TUCKER D'ANDREA 

532 Hickorywood Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

HEATHER DANIEL 

PO Box 43 

Hampstead, NC 28443 

ANTHONY DANIELS 

942 Tamarack Dr - Apt 13206 

Fay NC 28311 



KRISTINA DAVIS 

253 Shawcroft Rd 
Fay NC 28311 
NATHANIEL DAVIS 

104 James St 
Carrboro, NC 27510 
SUZANNE DAVIS 
RR2 Box 92D 
Cameron, NC 28326 
HEATHER BLAKE DEAN 

105 Weatherstone Dr - #102 
Fay NC 28311 
DONOVAN DEAVER 
1856 Faber St 

Fay NC 28304 

JULIA DEBOLD 

5839 Lakevilla Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

SEAN DELANEY 

240 Prospect St 

Crescent City, FL 323112 

ELIZABETH DEMMITT 

6 Letterman 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

JOHN DEMOS 

5629 Donnally Ct 

Dublin, OH 43017 

ROBERT DEMPSTER 

305 Tartan Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

JEANNIE DENMAN 

PO Box 213 

Slate Hill, NY 10973 

BEN DENNIS 

7315 Bertram Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

PATRICIA DENNIS 

7315 Bertram Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

KEVIN DENNISON 

2930 SW 34th PI 

Gainesville, FL 32608 

MARC DESISTO 

2607 Southridge Dr 

Midlothian, VA 23112 

DANIEL DEVLIN 

3445 Thorndike Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

PAMELA DICK 

205 Londontown Dr 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 

BARBARA DIETRICH 

429 Summerlea Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

BRETT DIETRICH 

5601 Watersplash Lane 

Fay NC 28311 

MATTHEW DIETRICH 

95 Gloucester Ct 

Downingtown, PA 19335 

MICHAEL DILLON 

5003 Lakehurst Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

DAVID DISTEFANO 

5107 Spring Oak Ct NE 

Cedar Rapids, IA 52402 

ROBERT DOBBS 

7013 Maracay Ct 

Fay NC 28314 

JOHN DOHERTY 

330 Fairwood Ct 

Fay NC 28303 

PAUL EDOUARD DOMOND 

3117 Leonard St 

Raleigh, NC 27607 

DEANA DONOVAN 

913 Whitcomb Dr 

Fay NC 28311 



ERIK DORSEY 

2930 Harpoon Ln 

Saint James City, FL 33956 

RANDALL DOUCETTE 

214 S Main St 

Auburn, ME 04210 

CHERYL DOYLE 

6939 Wadworth PI 

Fay NC 28314 

WILLIAM DOYLE 

657 Stoneykirk Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

BROOKE DRABEK 

RR10 Box 22B Charles Ave Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

BRIAN DRAKE 

7560 Carrollburg Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

EDWARD DRAKE 

218 Pennsylvania Ave 

Trumansburg, NY 14886 

JASON DRAKE 

RR2 Box 17TT 

Ahoskie, NC 27910 

MATTHER DRAKE 

302 E Senaca St 

Sherrill, NY 13461 

STEPHANIE DUNCAN 

11 W 6th St 

Tabor City, NC 28463 

DANIEL DUNHAM 

MC Box 12505 

Fay NC 28311 

MONICA DUNN 

14024 Campaign Ct 

Fredericksburg, VA 22407 

SHARNEL DUNN 

114 Legion Dr 

Beaufort, NC 28516 

KIMBERLY DUROSS 

5710 Contentment Ct 

Fay NC 28314 

DARLENE DYKAS 

9 Rockland Dr 

Ellington, CT 06029 



DONALD EAST 

2009 Dockside Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

DAVID EAVENSON 

50 Wilson St 

Carlisle, PA 17013 

GERALD EDMUNDS 

1827 Emeral Valley Rd 

Columbia, SC 29210 

SHANE ELDER 

20 Flandreaux Ave 

Glens Falls, NY 12801 

DONRIE ELDRIDGE 

RR4 Box 205 

Dunn, NC 28334 

SCOTT ELLENDER 

167 Champion Ave 

Webster, NY 14580 

MYRTLE ELLIOTT 

RR1 Box 86 Slocomb Rd 

Linden, NC 28356 

RHONDA ELLIS 

PO Box 33 E Prospect Ext Ave 

Raeford, NC 28376 

BRENDAN ELWELL 

3307 Dixon Rd 

Durham, NC 27707 

BETSY ENLOE 

1012 Christina St 

Fay NC 28314 



DELANA EPPS 

314 Stuart Ave 
Fay NC 28301 
ANGELA ERHARDT 
130-3 London Ct 
Fay NC 28311 
CHRISTIE ERHART 
5B Alta Villa 
Ft Bragg, NC 28307 
CYNTHIA EVELYN 
5920 Waters Edge Dr 
Fay NC 28314 
ANITA EVERS 
RR1 Box 67M 
Parkton, NC 28371 

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MARK FABER 

2346 Winding Creek Dr 

Maumee, OH 43537 

BRENDA FAIRCLOTH 

3605 Concord Ct 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

JOHHNIE FAIRCLOTH 

PO Box 158 

Autryville, NC 28318 

TRACEY FAIRCLOTH 

MC Box 12538 

Fay NC 28311 

SARA FALCON 

2253 Stanton St 

Fay NC 28304 

SHAWN FALIN 

RR3 Box 105 Hickory Hill 

Mocksville, NC 27028 

STEPHEN FANN 

RR2 Box 202 

Roseboro, NC 28382 

RYAN FARAGO 

19497 Quarry Rd 

Wellington, OH 44090 

HELENA FARLEY 

220 Cheyenne St 

Fay, NC 28303 

MICHELLE FARNUM 

4906A Rosehill Rd 

Fay NC 28311 

STEPHEN FEDDERN 

40W936 Bridle Creek Dr 

Saint Charles, IL 60175 

MARC FELLNER 

25 Thomas Ave 

Maple Shade, NJ 08052 

CHRISTI FERGUSON 

9 Linn St 

Monticello, MN 55362 

ERNEST FERGUSON 

5370 NE 5 Terr #7105 

Pompano Beach, FL 33064 

KEVIN FIELDS 

479 Albamarle Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

ABIGAIL FINDLAY 

9 Dene Rd 

Cove Farnborough Hants 

9V14 0BY UK 

ENGLAND 

JASON FINK 

RR2 Box 265 

Montgomery, PA 17752 

EFHARIS FISCHER 

6909 Bone Creek Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

BARBARA FITCH 

7 Galaxy St 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 



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LAURA GARLAND FLANARY 

RR1 Box 191A 
Stedman, NC 28391 
ROBERT FLANDERS 
35 Quincy Ave 
Dracut, MA 01826 
JAMES FLEMING 
421 Lookout PI 
Fay NC 28311 
JONATHAN FLYNN 
2171 Middle Rd 
FayNC 28311 
BRIAN FORD 
4745 Jefferson St 
Hope Mills, NC 28348 
ROBERT FOREMAN 
80 Cedar Rd 
Ringwood, NJ 07456 
BOBBI FOSTER 
613 KellamCir 
Fay NC 28311 
WAYNE FOSTER 
14 Decker Dr 
Leonardo, N J 07737 
RICHARD FOUTZ 
23 St Clair St 
Homer City, PA 15748 
HAROLD FRANCIS 
HHC 27th EGR BN 
Ft Bragg, NC 28307 
VIVIAN FREDRICKS 
3302 Antler Dr 
Spring Lake, NC 28390 
BOBBY FREEMAN 
PO Box 17 JefferstonSt 
Stedman, NC 28391 
DEBORAH FREEMAN 
291 St Johns Wood 
Fay NC 28303 
RICHARD FRENCH 
716 Hilton Dr 
FayNC 28311 
BARBARA FRYE 
1829 Wayne Ln 
Fay NC 28304 
JARED FRYER 
140 Greenhill Dr 
Washington, PA 15301 
DARRYL FULK 
723 Shortridge Rd 
Fay NC 28303 

g 

JAMES GAINEY 

610 Deer Acres Dr 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 

RAIFORD GAINEY 

RR6 Box 338A 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 

LECARLA GARDNER 

RR2 Box 121 

Autryville, NC 28310 

MARY GARDNER 

5420 Sandstone Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

JOHN GARGER 

4377 Coral Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

ANGELA GARNER 

PO box 17 

Angier, NC 27501 

JONATHAN GARNER 

4212 Greencastle Ct B 

Raleigh, NC 27604 

LENA GARNER 

116 Weatherstone Dr - Apt 101 

Fay NC 28311 



STEPHANIE GARRIS 

PO Box 2 

Kanansville, NC 28349 

DANIELLE GENEST 

2503 Pembroke Ct 

Woodbridge, VA 22192 

RANDY GERKE 

512 Belview Dr 

Moville, IA 51030 

CHRISTOPHER GERMAINE 

RR1 Box 217 

Council, NC 28434 

JOHN GERMANO 

118 Walchest Dr 

Toms River, NJ 08753 

JOY GILBERT 

595 Hill Creek Dr 

Nashville, TN 37211 

CHRISTOPHER GILLEN 

PO Box 1051 

Jensen Beach, FL 34958 

COLETTE GILLIGAN 

28 Gortmore Drive 

Finglas S 

IRELAND 

TIMOTHY GIRESI 

547 Murdock Ave 

Meriden, CT 06450 

RODNEY GITHENS 

A Co 103D MI BN Unit 26212 

Box 105 

APO New York, NY 09036 

MARK GLEASON 

5914 Brookland Rd 

Alexandria, VA 22310 

JOHN GLOSSON 

764 Dowfield Dr 

Fay, NC 28311 

CAROLINE STUART GODDARD 

728 Dandridge Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

EUGENE GODFREY 

RR10 Box 308A17 

Fay NC 28311 

DEANNA MATTHEWS GODWIN 

RR1 Box 390 

Fay NC 28301 

JOY GODWIN KIRKPATRICK 

701 Pilot Ave 

Fay NC 28303 

JOHN GOFF 

3935 August Dr 

Lake Worth, FL 33461 

MARY COINS 

7025 Ray Rd Box 87 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 

CATHY GOODROW 

RR26 Box 795 

Fay NC 28304 

GRACE GOODWIN 

100 J Lofton Dr 

FayNC 28311 

TERESA GOOSLEY 

3615 Frierson St 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

DAVID GOULD 

PO box 45 

Valier, PA 15780 

TY GRACE 

2161 Horns Hill Rd 

Newark, OH 43055 

CLAUDIA GRAHAM 

2600 Cottingham Ct 

Fay NC 28304 

JOHN GRAHAM 

710 Wakeland Dr 

Garner, NC 27529 



MICHAEL GRAHAM 

123 Bremer St 
Fay, NC 28303 
BYRON GRAY 
109 Danube Dr 
Pittsburg, PA 15209 
CHARLES GRAY 
5709 Lock Ness Ct 
Fay NC 28304 
ALLYSON GREER 
RR1 Box 183B 
Millbrook, NY 12545 
SHARON GRIFFIN 
450 Windermere Dr 
Fay NC 28314 
CATHY GRIFFITH 
1236 Bingham Dr 
Fay NC 28304 
SHEILA GRIFFITH 
6428 Rutherglen Dr 
Fay NC 28304 
THOMAS GRIFFITH 
3919 Glenridge Dr 
Fay NC 28304 
CRYSTAL GRIZZARD 
1 12B Anderson St 
Boonville, MS 38829 
FIONA GROGAN 
97 Marian Park 
Drougheda County Louth 
IRELAND 
SHAWNA GROOMS 
5115 Wichita Dr 
Fay NC 28303 
BRET GROSS 
1306 Cory Cir 
Fay NC 28303 
GREGORY GROSS 
MC Box 12663 
Fay NC 28311 
CHAD GUCKERT 
1467 Morgan 
Wooster, OH 44691 
NEIL GUESS 
RR1 Box 285 
Marion, KY 42064 
AUSTIN GURNEY 
9 Cliff Ave 
Newport, RI 02840 
LIZ GUZMAN 
142-5 London Ct 
Fay NC 28311 



CRAIG HAAG 

1258 Duncan St 

Fay NC 28303 

ANGELA HADDOCK 

3522 Madison Ave 

Fay NC 28304 

ERIC HAILE 

56 Woodlawn Ave 

Chalfont, PA 18914 

YVONNE HAIR 

PO Box 42 

Hope Mills, NC 28340 

ANDREA HAIRR 

PO Box 45 

Salemburg, NC 28385 

DARYL HALES 

219 Bob St 

Fay NC 28303 

JAMES HALEY 

104A-2 Williamsburg Dr 

Chesapeake, VA 23320 

ADAM HALL 

RR1 Box 74H 

White Oak, NC 28399 



ANNETTE HALL 

1826 Paisley Ave 

Fay NC 28304 

JOSEPH HALL 

RR2 Box 361 

Saint Pauls, NC 28384 

SANDRA HALL 

1826 Paisley Ave 

Fay NC 28304 

ANGELINA HALSTEAD 

6855 Timbercroft Ln 

Fay NC 28314 

DAVID ZACHARY HAMBRICK 

3408 Noble Ave 

Richmond, VA 23222 

WILLIAM BRAD HAMILTON 

c/o Mrs Schriber 

5362 Silver Pine Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

TERRA HANDY 

404 Beech Ct 

Lumberton, NC 28358 

JAMES HANLIN 

Box 413 RD#2 

Bloomingdale, OH 43910 

BOBBY HARDIN 

5242 Beaver Creek Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

MELISSA HARDIN 

RR3 Box 184 

Chadburn, NC 28431 

CATHERINE HARE 

202 Leacroft Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

VALERIE HAREL 

Le Preneuse 

Black River 

MAURITIUS 

STACEY HARPER 

1364 Gardiner Dr 

Bay Shore, NY 11706 

JOE HARRILL 

4616 Bragg Blvd 

Fay NC 28303 

FREDRICK HARRIS 

RR2 Box 119A 

Scotland Neck, NC 27874 

BRYAN HARRIS 

RR1 Box A3 

Snow Hill, NC 28580 

MERCEDES HARRIS 

304 Myers Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

RODNEY CHARLES HARRIS 

133F Treetop Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

KEVIN HARRISON 

E3 Lilac Dr 

Highland Mills, NY 10930 

BRENT HARTMAN 

PO Box 173 

The Plains, OH 45780 

CHAD HATHAWAY 

1117 W Willow Run Dr 

Daytona Beach, FL 

JEFFREY HAYES 

408 N GroggSt Lot 21 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 

PAUL HAYNES 

3318 Octavia St 

Raleigh, NC 27606 

ANDREW HEARTZ 

104 Shaker Rd 

Concord, NH 03301 

LYNDA HEASTER 

RR1 Box 506 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 



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PHILIP HEDGEPETH 

404 Andover Rd 
Fay NC 28311 
BRENDA HEIDRICH 
PO Box 35121 
Fay NC 28311 
LOUIS HEIPLE 
1876 Lindbergh 
Wyandotte, MI 48192 
WILLIAM HENDERSON 
6522 Gristmill Rd 
Fay NC 28314 
BEVERLY HENDRICKS 
6188 l/2Timberland Dr 
Fay NC 28314 
LESLIE HENDRICKS 
234 Kinlaw Rd 
Fay NC 28311 
BRETT HEPPLER 
453 Front St 
Jamestown, NY 14701 
CLAUDIA HERRERA 
RR1 Box 46 H 
Linden, NC 28356 
JOSE HERRERA 
902 Brookhaven Dr 
Fay NC 28303 
MONICA HERZOG 
523 Law Rd 
Fay NC 28311 
THOMAS HEWITT 

103 Fulford St 
Beaufort, NC 28516 
KEITH HICKLIN 
1843 Oles Ave 
Youngstown, OH 44514 
LORRIE HICKS SCOTT 
RR1 Box 202 
Hamilton, AL 35570 
BARNETT HILL 

736 Perley St 
FAy NC 28305 
JAN NICHOLSON HILL 
105 E Saddle Ln 
Havelock, NC 28532 
MATTHEW HILL 
4801 16th 
Lubbock, TX 79416 
STEVEN HILT 
2499 Danielle Dr 
Dover, PA 17315 
JOSEPH HINDSLEY 
5801 Danville Dr 
Fay NC 28311 
LEIGH HINDSLEY 
RR1 Box 585 
Dunn, NC 28334 
KENNETH HOEY 

104 Hillcrest Park 
Dublin 
IRELAND 
HARRY HOFFMAN 
2 Millers Terrace 
Paulsboro, NJ 08066 
MICHAEL HOFFMAN 
2 Millers Terrace 
Paulsboro, NJ 08066 
TIFFANY HOGATE 
5925 Waters Edge Dr 
Fay NC 28314 
BOBBIJEAN HOLLAND 
1241 Carlton Ave 
Burlington, NC 27217 
MATTIE HOLLEY 
2306 Barrington Cir 
Fay NC 28303 



WILLIAM HOLLISTER 

533 Mill Cove Ct 

Fay NC 28314 

CONNIE HOLLOWAY 

7026 Timbercraft Ln 

Fay NC 28314 

JASON HOMMEL 

PO Box 319 Legg Rd 

Haines Falls, NY 12436 

KIM GENTRY HONAN 

404 Elder Ln 

Fay NC 28304 

TRAVIS HOOD 

6610 Shaffer Ln 

Louisville, KY 40291 

AMIRI HOOKER 

RR2 Box 533FFF 

Bennettsville, SC 29512 

RENNA HOOPER 

RR1 Box 296 

Harrells, NC 28444 

RHONDA HOPE 

RR4 Box 203 

Clinton, NC 28328 

ALICE MAE HALL-HORSTMANN 

48 Normandy Dr 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

CHRISTOPHER HORTON 

5412 Old Stage Rd 

Raleigh, NC 27603 

ELIZABETH HORTON 

7811 Bethany Rd 

Middletown, OH 45044 

KATHERINE NILES HOWARD 

2740 Lincoln Way W 

Wooster, OH 44691 

LESLIE HOWARD 

260 N Reilly 

Fay NC 28303 

MARTHA HOWARD 

2055 Delean Ave 

Vero Beach, FL 32960 

MORIE HOWARD 

6150 Ramsey St 

Fay NC 28301 

STUART HOWARD 

3122 Tidewater Dr 

Norfolk, VA 23509 

STEPHEN HOWELL 

RR2 Box 142 

Norwood, NC 28128 

SAMUEL HUDSON 

1403 Spring Dr 

Garner, NC 27529 

WILLIAM HUGHES 

15020 Saxon Cir S 

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33331 

CAROLYN HIEBSCH 

4720 Pamlico Rd 

FAy NC 28304 

CHRIS HUMPHREYS 

RR5 Box 236 

Fay NC 28301 

CRYSTAL HUNT 

154 ZepherCt 

Fay NC 28311 

NORMA JEAN HUNTER 

439 Deerpath Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

JAMISON HURLESS 

#5 Willow Ln 

Van Wert, OH 45891 

CHRISTINE HURLEY 

319 DSt 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 

KEITH HURLEY 

121H Hunt Club Ln 

Raleigh, NC 27606 



PATRICIA HURLEY 

RR17 Box 385 
Fay NC 28311 
JAMES HUTCHINSON 

110 Martha Ln 
Spring Lake, NC 28390 
MARC HUTZELL 
345 W North St 
Carlisle, PA 17013 
BETTYE HYDE 
5116 Hewitt Dr 
Fay NC 28311 
JEREMY HYJEK 
RR1 Box 743 
Ludlow, VT 05149 
HEATHER HYSLOP 
6768 Hickory Hill 
Cleveland, OH 44143 



BRANIMIR ILIC 

PO Box 2993 

Jensen Beach, FL 34958-2993 
PAUL INFERRERA 
5482 Advance St 
Hope Mills, NC 28348 
LATHYRELLE ISLER ALEAS 
143 Navy Walk - Apt #6C 
Brooklyn, NY 11201 

J 

AUDRA JACKSON 

660 Pleasant Loop 
Fay NC 28311 
DANIEL JACKSON 
109 Smith Ln 
Voorheesville, NY 12186 
HOSEA JACKSON 
RR1 Box 91C 
Wade, NC 28395 
JEFFREY JACKSON 
4310 Berini Dr 
Durham, NC 27705 
TODD JACOBS 
601 Greenland Dr 
Fay NC 28305 
SHERRIE JAMES 
1534 Roxie Ave 
Fay NC 28304 
KEVIN JAMIESON 
1120 St Anthony St 
Lewisburg, PA 17837 
SOON JANG 
c/o J.M. Tygart 
302 Tartan Ct 
Fay NC 28311 
AMANDA JARMAN 
3836 Lake Upchurch Rd 
Parkton, NC 28371 
LISA JASZCZ 
5452 Ramsey St #6 
Fay NC 28311 
CHARLES JENKINS 
1109 Elmwood Dr 
Colonia Height, VA 23834 
JASON JENKINS 
10821 Hardin Rd 
Piqua, OH 45356 
ALLAN JENNINGS 
RR3 Box 209209 
Zebulon, NC 27597 
ANGELA JESTES 
831 Durwood Dr 
Fay NC 28311 
PABLO JIMINEZ 
5826 Weatherford Rd 
Fay NC 28303 



SHANNON JINKENS 

98 Shelley Ln 

Bayville, NJ 08721 

RICHARD JINNETTE 

PO Box 367 

Stedman, NC 28391 

SCOTT JOHNDROW 

174 W Quassett Rd 

Woodstock, CT 06281 

ANDRE JOHNSON 

1645 Henderson 

Fort Myers, FL 33916 

BOBBIE JOHNSON 

628 ClaytonDr 

Fay NC 28311 

DEBRA JOHNSON 

41 1 Oakridge Ave 

Fay NC 28305 

DERRICK JOHNSON 

IK Hyde PI 

Fay NC 28306 

JEFFREY JOHNSON 

RR2 Box 498 

Linden. NC 28356 

JEFFREY TODD JOHNSON 

PO Box 503 

Stedman, NC 28391 

LISA RENEE JOHNSON 

PO Box 2594 

Sanford, NC 27320 

MARCUS JOHNSON 

PO Box 474 

Clarkton, NC 28433 

REGINA JOHNSON 

5113 Wichita Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

TIFFANIE JOHNSON 

6920 Woodmark Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

WILLIAM JOHNSON 

3504 Green Level Rd W 

Apex, NC 27502 

BARRY JONES 

210 Southland Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

GLENN JONES 

876 Old Rockhouse Rd 

Sylacauga, AL 35150 

MEDINA JONES 

226 Fairfield Dr 

Wilmington, NC 28401 

STEVEN JONES 

910 NC HWY 62 E 

Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 

TAMARA JONES 

5320 Bluewater PI 

Fay NC 28311 

TAMMIE JONES 

6453 Starbrook Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

MICHAEL C. JORDAN 

319 Glen Valley Rd 

Raleigh, NC 27609 

WENDY JORDAN 

RR2 Box 346 

North Wilkesboro, NC 28659 

WILLIAM JORDAN 

PO Box 1 16 E Stage Coach Tr 

Fallston, NC 28042 

VIRGINIA JOYCE 

305 Sinclair Cir 

Fay NC 28301 

DAVID JUKES 

49 Fordover Dr 

Toronto, OT M1E 

CANADA 



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RACHEL JUREN 

371 Hillcrest Dr 
Henderson, NC 27536 
JAMES JUSTICE 
1126 Kings Cross Dr 
Charlotte, NC 28211 



BRIAN KADET 

RR2 Box 181E 

Raeford, NC 28376 

KYEONG KOO RANG 

5120 Meadobrook Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

SINKOO RANG 

5120 Meadobrook Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

SUN RANG 

5120 Meadobrook Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

CAROLINE KEARNS 

173 Bienville Dr. 

Fay, NC 28311 

RUTH KEEGAN 

85 Carndonagh Dr 

Donaghmede 

Dublin 13 

IRELAND 

ERIC KELL 

1806 OakhurstSt. 

Brandon, FL 33511 

STEWART KERR 

833 Edenwood Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

JONATHAN KIGER 

RR4 Box 239 Beechwood 

Yadkinville, NC 27055 

SAMUEL KILPATRIC 

191 Palm Springs Rd 

Fay NC 28311 

MICHAEL KIM 

1630 Roxie Ave 

Fay NC 28304 

YONG SIK KIM 

929 Kennesaw Dr 

FayNC 28314 

JENNIFER KIMBALL 

1422 Wuali Dr 

Palm Harbor, FL 34683 

EDWARD KINARD 

7098 Bahia Loop 

FayNC 28314 

ALAN KINCAID 

1777 Olympic Ct 

Newark, OH 43055 

STACY KINCAIDE 

MC Box 12066 

Fay NC 28311 

DONNA KING 

509 Walking Ln 

FayNC 28311 

JAMES KING 

243 Kenwood Dr 

FayNC 28311 

STEPHANIE KINGSBERRY 

5456 Dodge Ct 

FAy NC 28303 

CHRISTOPHER KIZIS 

3729 Maplehurst Dr 

Endicott, NY 13760 

KANDICE KLARENBEEK 

156 Thornwood Pt 

Sanford, NC 27330 

JENS KLEMSCHE 

RR2 Box 2243 

Orwigsburg, PA 17961 



DONALD KLINE, JR. 

1312 Bostian Dr 

FayNC 28311 

PATRICIA KLINE 

215 Vivian Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

CLEON KNAPP 

10307 Pebblebrook PI 

Richmond, VA 23233 

PAUL KNIGHT 

47 Sunrise Dr 

Montvale, NJ 07645 

RORI KNIGHT 

5719 Cypress Creek Dr #202 

Hyattsville, MD 20782 

MARTIN KNOLL 

MC Box 12409 

FayNC 28311 

KYONG KOH 

#13-201 Sindonga Apt 

Sobinggo-Dong 

Yongsan-Gu Seoul 

KOREA 

MACHELL KOLB 

4432 Hopkins Rd 

Youngstown, OH 44511 

JOHN KOMAR 

5801 Boots Ln 

Fay NC 28311 

FOO HWA KONG 

Jalan Tutong Simpang 733 

PO Box 937 

Bandar Seri Begawan 1909 

BRUNEI 

JOANN KOPP 

1010 Tekamah Ln 

Papillion, NE 68128 

MOUNIR KORBAN 

1829 Eichelberger Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

PETER KOVALICK 

430B Ritter Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

CATHERINE FLORES 

6517H Jeffrey Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

GAIL KREYER 

3516 Sugar Cane Cir 

Fay NC 28303 

DAWNA KRINGEL 

922 Dandridge Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

SONJA KRISTIANSEN 

20 Lake Dr 

Stanhope, NJ 07874 

1 

MICHAEL LAKE 

132 Girard Ave 
FayNC 28311 
DEBRA LAMBOY 
605 Rockspring Rd 
Fay NC 28314 
ROBERT LAMONDA 
5106 Chesapeake Rd 
FayNC 28311 
CRAIG LANCASTER 
480 McBain Dr 
Fay NC 28305 
AMY LANDERS 
28 Lorraine 
Ft Bragg, NC 28307 
DAVID LANDERS 
28 Lorraine 
Ft Bragg, NC 28307 
ANNETTE LANDRY 
1793 Gibson St 
Fay NC 28301 



JOYCE LANE 

5683 Juneberry Ln 

Fay NC 28304 

KARL LANFORD 

5828 Coffey St 

Raleigh, NC 27604 

MARK LANGE 

210A Heather Ridge Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

MALINDA LANGLEY 

1726 Swann St 

Fay NC 28303 

ANGELA LANGSTON 

5119 Cooper Rd 

FayNC 28311 

DONALD LANGWORTHY 

5229 Hornbeam Rd 

Fay NC 28304 

JOHN LANTHAM 

744 Glenn Dr 

Moville, IA 51039 

CHRISTOPHER LANING 

RR3 Box 235 

Mullica Hill, NJ 08062 

ALLEN LASATER 

RR1 Box 547 

Broadway, NC 27505 

TRACY LAUDERMILT 

5452 Ramsey St #8 

Fay NC 28311 

DINA LAVOE 

126 Sandringham Rd 

Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 

RON LAVOIE 

5452 Ramsey St #7 

Fay NC 28311 

QUENETTA LAWRENCE 

PO Box 391 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

DAVID LEACH 

112 Sunshine Ave 

Central City, PA 15926 

EDWARD LECHLITER 

PO Box 71852 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

DIANN LEE 

5225 Ray Rd Lot #4 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 

ELEANOR LEE 

121 S HerndonSt 

Fay NC 28303 

JOHN LEE 

1509 ArendellSt 

Morehead City, NC 28557 

REBEKAH LEE 

1517 Morganton Rd 

Fay NC 28305 

MICHAEL LEETE 

27 Lincold St 

Greenfield, MA 01301 

MARY LEMASTER 

117 Great Oaks 

Fay NC 28303 

MELODY LEMONS 

413 W Mountain Dr 

Fay NC 28306 

JONATHAN LENOX 

633 State St - Apt 40 

Elmore, OH 43416 

KARA LEONARD 

2418 Overbrook Ln 

Sanford, NC 27330 

MICHELLE LEPISTO 

362 Tartan Ct 

FAy NC 28311 

MARY LETSON 

540 Randolph Ave 

Fay NC 28311 



TERRI LEVANDUSKY 

309 McQueen Rd 

Amsterdam, NY 

GEORGE LEWIS 

511 McArthur Rd 

Fay NC 28311 

JAMES WADE LILES 

120 Woodland Rd 

Fredericksburg, VA 22401 

RODERICK LIM 

128A Lorong L Telok Kurau 

Singapore 1542 

SINGAPORE 

BRETT LINDBERG 

3728 Cherry Hills Dr 

Flossmoor, IL 60422 

CARINA LINDLEY 

746 Magellan Ct 

FayNC 28311 

BIRGIT LINNEY 

Heritage Apt #9 

Lillington, NC 27546 

ALISA LIPE 

2035 Weaver Rd 

Salisbury, NC 28144-7048 

TODD LITTLER 

405AA Ten Eyck Ave 

Greenwood Lake, NY 10925 

RICHARD LLOYD 

RR4 Box 511 

Delmar, MD 21875 

MICHAEL LOCASCIO 

PO Box 325 

Satsuma, FL 32189 

WILLIAM LOGAN 

1633 Unionville Rd 

Pottstown, PA 19464 

TIMOTHY LONG 

911 Carnegie Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

MISTY LOONEY 

RR1 Box 428F 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 

JAMES LOOP 

103 Cromwell Ct 

Cary, NC 27513 

VICKIE LOOP 

103 Cromwell Ct 

Cary, NC 27513 

EDWARD LORADITCH 

124 Homeplace Ct 

FayNC 28311 

ADAM LOUGH 

PO Box 905 

Franklin, WV 26807 

ROBERT LOVELACE 

82 Birch HillDr 

Fort Richardson, AK 99505 

JOHNSON LOVELAND 

4002 Welmont Dr 

Fay NC 28302 

KIMBERLY LOVELY 

12 Lamker Ct 

Little Ferry, NJ 07643 

MICAH LOVETTE 

PO Box 786 418 Oak St 

Walnut Cove, NC 27052 

JERRY LOWENSTEIN 

6216 Thornwood Dr 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

MARTINE LOWRY 

1620 Barber Ave 

Fay NC 28303 

AMY LUCAS 

515 McDonald Ave 

Hamlet, NC 28345 



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MICHELLE LUCAS 

5444 Fox Ridge Dr - Apt 15B 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

DEBORAH LUTES 

3024 Marita Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

TODD LYDEN 

205 Acorn Rd 

Goldsboro, NC 27534 

GEORGE LYONS 

140 Farmers Rd 

Fay NC 28311 



ALISDAIR MACDONALD 

794 Harvey Dale Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

NAOKO MACHI 

MC Box 12435 

Fay NC 28311 

DANA MACK 

1526 Boros Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

DWAYNE MACK 

1526 Boros Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

VATRICE CHESTNUT MACK 

407 H Tradewinds Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

APRIL MACMILLAN 

113 N Willow Run 

Fay NC 28311 

ALEXANDER MACPHERSON 

10420 Surrey Ct 

Charlotte, NC 28227 

DANIEL MAHER 

110 Briarwood Dr. 

Manchester, CT 06040 

JAMES MAHER 

2909 Skye Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

JENNIFER MALKIN 

7860 Ancor Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

ERIC MALLARD 

23 Forest Pine Dr 

Statesboro, GA 30458 

MARC MALONE 

1601 Rivers St Ext 

Walterboro, SC 29488 

WALTER BRADSHAW MALONEY 

309 McLean St 

Hamlet, NC 28345 

TRACY MANESS 

445 Leslie Ln 

Lewisville, TX 75067 

KAREN MARRS 

516 Anson Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

DANIEL MARTIN 

42 40 249 St 

Flushing, NY 11363 

ETSUKO MARTIN 

224 McFayden Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

MARCUS MARTIN 

5102A Lahm Ct 

Washington, DC 20335 

FERNANDO MARTINEZ 

112 Weatherstone Dr #304 

Fay NC 28311 

BRETT MATTHEWS 

608 Tanglewood Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

STEVE MATTULAT 

RR2 Box 341 B 

Fay NC 28301 



SAMUEL MAULDIN 

2715 Swam Station Rd 

Sanford, NC 27330 

DAVID MAXWELL 

RR2 Box 259B 

Stedman, NC 28391 

BRITTA MAYFIELD 

804 Tamarack Dr - Apt 8309 

Fay NC 28311 

PAUL MAYNARD 

4 Holiday Pk Dr 

Centereach, NY 11720 

THOMAS MAZE 

Pres House RB College 

Petersburg, VA 23805 

CHRISTOPHER MCBAY 

4 Riverchase Terrace 

West Palm Beach, FL 33418 

DEMETRUS MCCOLLUM 

1843 Stanberry Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

SEAN MCCONNELL 

250 Kathmere Rd 

Upper Darby, PA 19083 

LEROY MCCULLOUGH 

505 Nottingham Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

CHARLES MCDAVID 

PO Box 1126 LOt 15 Pine Ave 

Moore Haven, FL 33474 

JEFFREY MCDOWELL 

234 Concord Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

EDWARD MCENROE 

11920 Taft St 

Hollywood, FL 33026 

VICTORIA MCGHEE 

712D WindyhillCir 

Fay NC 28303 

KENNETH MCGILL 

1910 Aldler Rd 

Fay NC 28304 

ANTONIO LAMONT MCGRIFF 

RR6 Box 501 

Palatka, FL 32177 

JERAL SCOTT MCIVER 

209 Paddlewheel Rd 

Fay NC 28304 

ROBERT MCKAGUE 

437 Andros Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

JOSEPH MCKEARIN 

1 19 Library Ave 

Rutland, VT 

JOHN MCKINNEY 

5147 Hewitt Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

BARRY MCKOY 

RR1 Box 35 

Clarkton, NC 28433 

JOSEPH MCKOY 

5317 Tabor Ct 

Fay NC 28303 

ANTONIO MCLAMB 

PO Box 308 

Salemburg, NC 28385 

CHARLENE MCLAURIN 

2350 Johnsmith Rd 

Fay NC 28306 

JULIE MCLAURIN 

RR1 Box 410B 

Fay NC 28301 

JULIA MCLEAN 

606 Emerald Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

WANDA MCLEAN 

RR1 Box 115D Chicken Ft Rd 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 



JAMES MCLEOD 

508 Deerpath Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

JAMES MCMILLAN 

120 Darden St 

Jacksonville, NC 28540 

NOVELLA MCMILLAN 

3624 Carlos Ave 

Fay NC 28306 

WANDA MCMILLAN 

120 Darden St 

Jacksonville, FL 28540 

DOUGLAS MCMULLIN 

181 Glenwood Dr 

Hubbard, OH 44425 

PAUL MCMURRAY 

5960 Laguna Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

LINDA MCNAIR 

6526 Jamica Ct 

Fay NC 28314 

SHENIKKA MCNEIL 

206 Central Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

BROOK MCNEILL 

1309 Duncan St 

Fay NC 28303 

STACIE MCTIGUE 

5643 Bonnell Dr 

Youngstown, OH 44512 

GREGORY ALLEN MCWHORTER 

1464 Habersham Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

MALCOME MEBANE 

525 Town Branch Rd 

Graham, NC 27253 

RANDALL MEEK 

2717 Ramsey St 

Fay NC 28301 

ORIANA MELLOTT 

6893 Baystone Rd 

Fay NC 28314-5101 

ANTHONY MERCER 

202 Somerset Ct 

Creswell, NC 27928 

MICHAEL MERRILL 

RR1 Box 536 

Beaufort, NC 28516 

BRIAN H. MEYER 

313 N Ashland Ave 

Park Ridge, IL 60068 

CHRISTOPHER MEZENSKI 

2491 Lyndon Dr 

Uniontown, OH 44685 

DANIELLE MILES 

811 Glensford Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

JUAN MILLA 

Mas de Gamindez #38 2E Box 2633 

Las Palmas, Canary Islands 

SPAIN 

SEAN MILLARD 

423 N Fith St 

Stroudsburg, PA 18360 

BRYAN MILLER 

3941 Rosehill Rd - Apt 1201 

Fay NC 28311 

CHARLES MILLER 

104 Porthole Ct PO Box 219B 

Kill Devil Hill, NC 27948 

INGRID MILLER 

204 Ellington St 

Fay NC 28305 

J.P. MILLER 

209 Lofton Dr 

Fay NC 28311 



KIMBERLY MILLER 

147 Greencrest Cir 

Jacksonville, FL 28540 

BRIAN MILLS 

6024 Branch Dr 

Kernersville, NC 27284 

WILLIAM MINARD 

PO Box 34 

Clarkton, NC 28433 

MICHAEL MISTER 

122 Pearl Dr 

Beaufort, NC 28516 

SARAH FRANCES MIZELL BARRY 

6339 Rannock Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

KIMBERLY MOHNEY 

7020 Contee Rd 

Laurel, MD 20707 

SHAWN MOLSBERGER 

RR3 Box 96 

Oswego, NY 13126 

MICHAEL MOLTER 

401 Adger Ct 

Fay NC 28314 

ERIC MONJE 

5118 Palmetto Ln 

Fay NC 28304 

BERNARD MOORE 

HHC 1 /504th PIR 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

STEPHANIE MOORE 

315 Lofton Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

SAHIN MORALES 

1458 Manatuck Blvd 

Bay Shore, NY 11706 

MARIZZA MORENO 

7570B Faraday PI 

Fay NC 28303-1966 

DAVID MORESHEAD 

15 Woodbine RdD 

Norwood, MA 02062 

JAMESE PILGRIM MORGAN 

621 Hilliard Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

HITOSHI MORI 

702-5 Tabata Ikedo-Cho 

Ibi-Gun Tu-Ken 

JAPON 

DIRK MORRIS 

225E Main St 

Lima, OH 45806 

MARK MORRIS 

4108 Sandelay Rd 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 

ALISHA MORRISON 

1 1 1 1 Bowling Green Dr 

Fay NC 28304-4236 

BRITT MORTON 

1301 Redbud Cir 

Apex, NC 27502 

REBECCA MORTON 

1212 Decatur Rd 

Jacksonville, NC 28540 

JONATHAN MOSES 

RR1 Box 218H 

Beulaville, NC 28518 

CHRISTOPHER MOYER 

1194 Hidden View Dr 

WestChester, PA 19380 

ERIKA MOYER 

3417 Hastings 

Fay NC 28311 

TIMOTHY MUELLER 

2005 NE 50th St 

Ocala, FL 32670 



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NICHOLAS MUNN 

1 1 Leona Ave 

Fay NC 28314 

TAKATSUNE MURATE 

5515 W Market St - Apt 1705 

Greensboro NC 27409 

TOSHITSUNE MURATA 

2-36-8-602 Siejo Setagaya 

Tokyo 157 

JAPAN 

NICOLA MURDOCH 

104 E Lake Clair Apts 

Fay NC 28304 

CHARLES MURIEA 

10500 SW 108 Ave B204 

Miami, FL 33176 

KAREN MURPHY 

RR2 Box 707 

Jacksonville, NC 28546 

MARGARETE MURPHY 

1023 Riverside Cir 

Apring Lake, NC 28390 

TAMMY MURPHY 

PO Box 25351 

Fay NC 28314 

LEIGH MURRAY 

213 Cokesbury Dr 

Kernersville, NC 27284 

DEXTER MURRELL 

RR1 Box 688 

Beaufort, NC 28516 

JOHN MYERS 

2021 Linksview Way 

Gladwin, MI 48624 

SHAWN MYERS 

4891 W Lake Way 

Douglasville, GA 30135 

JOSEPH MYRTLE 

551 16th St 

Niagara Falls, NY 14301 



NOTT NAGANIDHI 

2238 Larch St 

Wantagh, NY 11793 

WON NAMKOONG 

Ewon 102 Ho Etaewon 2 Dong 213-1 

Yong San Gu, Seoul 

REPUBLIC OF KOREA 

ASHLEY TERRAH NANNEY 

730 Blackwell St 

Fay NC 28301 

EDWIN NAZARIO 

1 1 1 Gales St 

Hope Mills, NC28348 

WILLIAM NEBRICH 

898 Crosley Dr 

Dunedin, FL 34698 

JENIFER NEE 

208 W Franklin Ave 

Myerstown, PA 17067 

JOHN NEET 

20 S Royal Dr 

Albany, NY 12205 

ANDREW NELSON 

2191 N Overbrook Dr 

Largo, FL 34640 

JONATHAN NELSON 

123 Dudley Rd 

Wethersfield, CT 06109 

THERESA NETTLES 

4633 Elcone Dr 

Fay NC 28306 

JAMES NEWMAN 

1544 Rossmore Dr 

Fay NC 28314 



STEPHANIE NICHOLSON 

228 Searight Dr 
Ft Bragg, 28307 
JAMES NICKERSON 
74 Green St 
Augusta, ME 04330 
KAREN NIKOLA 
4044 Welmont Dr 
Fay NC 28304 
SHELLI NOBLES 
RR1 Box 322A 
Chadbourn, NC 28431 
RICHARD NOE 
909 Romain Ct 
Fay NC 28303 
TRAVIS NORDGREN 
731 Ashfield Dr 
Fay NC 28311 



SHELRIA O'BRIEN 

7019 Zepher Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

PATRICK O'CONNOR 

5078 Bradley Ln 

Hamburg, NY 

LAURA O'DONNELL-QUAYLE 

183 Dougherty 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

MICHELLE O'GRADY 

1 1 1 N Park Ave 

Bay Shore, NY 11706 

JAMES OHLMACHER 

16008 Kerr Rd 

Laurel, MD 20707 

KERRY OLIASTRO 

220 Lexington Dr 

Mars, PA 16046 

BERNARD ONAN 

1026 Bingham Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

TRACY OSSONT 

RR1 Box 16 

Ava, NY 13303 

NOBORU OTANI 

701 Odom Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

MAMIE O'TUEL 

1123 Elizabeth Dr PO Box 1512 

Laurinburg, NC 28353-1512 

VANDER RAY OUTLAW 

RR2 Box 58 IB 

Garland, NC 28441 

MELISSA OWCZARZAK 

3375-10 Galleria Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

CAROLYN WYNDEE OWEN 

RR5 Box 360A 

Fay NC 28301 

CARYN OWEN 

RR5 Box 360A 

Fay NC 28301 

TERESA OWENS 

RR18 Box 824 

Fay NC 28304 

WILMA OWENS 

RR1 Box 474A 

Fay NC 28301 

ELDEN OWSLEY 

RR12 Box 703-4 

Fayetteville, NC 28306 



CHRISTOPHER PAGE 

RR2 Box 356 
Linden, NC 28356 



PAUL PALMISANO 

4814 Belford Rd 
Fay NC 28314 
ANTHONY PALOMBIZIO 
8 Cherry tree Dr 
East Hartford, CT 06118 
THOMAS PANNIER 
1 16 Cain Ave 
Baintree, MA 02184 
SUSAN PARIS 
1306 Summitt Ave 
Fay NC 28305 
MONICA PARK 
339 Lofton Dr 
Fay NC 28311 
SO YOUNG PARK 
1030 Teller Ave 16 
Grand Junction, CO 81501 
AMY PARKER 
116E Lofton Dr 
Fay NC 28311 
ANDREW PARKER 
9421 Trails End Rd 
Midlothian, VA 23112 
JON PARKER 
PO Box 3 1 1 

Moore Haven, FL 33471 
RICHARD PARKER 
217 Rockwell Ter 
Frederick, MD 21701 
KIMBERLY PARNELL 
731 Pine Haven Dr 
Fay NC 28306 
JULIA PARRISH 
719 Maxwell St 
Stedman, NC 28391 
KELLY JO PARRISH 
6610 Brevard Ct 
Fay NC 28311 
SARA PARRISH 
936 Kay wood Dr 
Fay NC 28311 
CASSANDRA PAUGH 
332 Yoder Rd 
Harleysville, PA 19438 
CASEY PAULSON 
3025 N Placita Chorro 
Tucson, AZ 85715 
DANIEL PAVOLIC 
1603 Kings Hwy 
Coatesville, PA 19320 
JOHN PAYNE 
6100 Ramsey St #6 
Fay NC 28311 
RANDY PEARSON 
105 Mary St 
Fay NC 28301 
MATTHEW PEDERSEN 
915 N Taft Ave 
Loveland, CO 80537 
DARISEE PEEBLES 
RR1 Box 139 
Aulander, NC 27805 
HERMAN PEGRAM 
173 Dorsey PI 
Henderson, NC 27536 
MADELYN PELCHAT 
5614 Blythewood Ln 
Fay NC 28301 
TROY PENNINGTON 
2208 Henderson Ave 
New Bern, NC 28562 
CHRIS JO PEPPER 
3 Allegany Ave 
Coudersport, PA 16915 
CHARISSA PERKINS 
702 Marketview Ct 
Fay NC 28301-4868 



EILEEN PERRY 

7127 Walker Rd 

Sanford, NC 27330 

CHERYL PETERSON 

1219 Middle Sound Loop Rd 

Wilmington, NC 28405 

ERIC PETERSON 

19 Fairway Dr 

Port Jefferson, NY 11776 

BRYAN PHILLIPS 

5145 Queensdale Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

MICHAEL PICKETT 

617 San Pedro Dr 

Chesapeake, VA 23320 

LORI PICKREL 

1268 Beecher Ave 

Galesburg, IL 61401 

SCOTT PICKREL 

1268 Beecher Ave 

Galesburg, IL 61401 

LADARRYL PIERCE 

RR2 Box 96 

Waverly, VA 23890 

NATHAN PIERCE 

308 Lakeview Rd 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

LAURA PIGOTT 

125 John St 

Fay NC 28305 

KEVIN PINO 

5404 Emerald Park Blvd 

Arlington, TX 76017 

CHRISTOPHER PITTMAN 

2484 Northwoods Dr 

Jacksonville, NC 28540 

APRIL PITTS 

RR1 Box 188 

Tabor City, NC 28463 

MAREC PLANK 

428 Oakgrove Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

PAMELA PLEASANT 

234 Maple St 

Fay NC 28306 

WILLIAM PLEASANTS 

5758 Haddington Dr 

Dublin, OH 43017 

DEANDA POINTE 

108 Carolina Cir 

Jacksonville, NC 28546 

BENJAMIN POPE 

PO Box 335 

Olivia, NC 28368 

CARTER POPE 

PO Box 335 

Olivia, NC 28368 

RICHARD POPE 

PO Box 335 

Olivia, NC 28368 

SHANNON POPE 

569 Andover Rd 

Fay NC 28311 

ROSE POWERS 

3440 Regiment Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

JEFFREY POWL 

7490 Violet Cir 

Macungie, PA 18062 

CHRISTOPHER PRESTRIDGE 

5007 Fallingbrooks Ct 

Greensboro, NC 27407 

KRISTIE PRICE 

MC Box 12397 

Fay NC 28311 

LISA PRIDGEN 

PO Box 3832 

Wilmington, NC 28406 



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TAMARA PRIDGEN 

3203 E Brinkley Dr 
Spring Lake, NC 28390 
KYLA PRITCHETT 
720 Scoutview Rd 
Ashland City, TN 37015 
HOLLY PROVOST 
2600B Hwy 210 N 
Spring Lake, NC 28390 
IVONNE PRUSS 
129 Villa Dr 
Fay NC 28311 
JACK PUGH 
129 Villa Dr 
Fay NC 28311 
JEFFREY PURYEAR 
10510 Courtney Rd 
Glen Allen, VA 23060 
KAREN RAFFERTY 
543 Cambridge Rd 
Blackwood, NJ 08012 
NANETTE RAGAN 
PO Box 247 
Thomasville, NC 27361 
LOUIS RAGLAND 
RR2 Box 133 
Keswick, VA 22947 
MELISSA RAIDE 
893 E Lake Rd 
Dundee, NY 14837 
ROBERT RALSTON 
1005 Glen Reily 
Fay NC 28314 
TAMMY RALSTON 
6912 Skyhawk Dr 
Fay NC 28314 
ELTON RAMEY 
616 Forest Rd 
Fay NC 28305 
JIM RANDOLPH 
Box 442 

West Jefferson, NC 28694 
MARK RASHELL 
1119 79th Ave SE 
Everett, WA 98205 
AZRUL RASHID 
No 5 Jalan Dungun 
Damansara Heights 
50490 Kuala Lumpur 
MALAYSIA 
BRIAN RAVENELLE 

2 Ridge Dr 
Webster, MA 01570 
ANNE RAWLS 

5 Autumn Trace 

Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 

ELIZABETH RAYNER 

306 Andover Rd 

Fay NC 28311 

MARGIE RECTOR 

6602 Wesleyan Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

TRACY REDFERN 

1 842 Dewsberry PI 

Fay NC 28304 

KIM REEDER 

3 Lemuy St 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 
MARY REEVES 
3305 Bargate PI 
Hope Mills, NC 28348 
MICHELE REEVES 
1498 Butler Branch Dr 
Fay NC 28311 
MALCOLM REGISTER 
1436 Greenock Ave 
Fay NC 28304 



PAUL REINHARDT 

2021 Harlee St 

Fay NC 28303 

WILLIAM RETTIG 

347 Highland Blvd 

Gloucester City, NJ 08030 

MARK RETTINGER 

295 Russell Ln 

Long Lake, MN 55356 

SHARON REVELS 

2201 Baywood Rd Lot 5 

Fay NC 28301 

LASHONDA REYES 

4018 Catherine Dr 

Fay NC 28306 

CHAD REYNOLDS 

336 N Herritage St 

Kinston, NC 28501 

ROBERT RHEINHARDT 

C Btry 2/319the AFAR 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

STEVEN RHEW 

706 Huffman Mill Rd Bl 

Burlington, NC 27215 

BARBARA RHOADS 

6533 Countryside Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

LAURA RICE 

PO Box 9332 

Fay NC 28311 

RHONDA RICHARDS 

1021-2 Woodcreek Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

CATHERINE RICHARDSON 

5100 Sequoia Rd 

Fay NC 28304 

MICHAEL RICHARDSON 

5810-C Ramsey St. 

Fay, NC 28311 

CHRISTOPHER RICKMAN 

1507 Old Compton Rd 

Richmond, Va 23233 

MICHAEL RIDDLE 

7159 Searsburg Rd 

Trumansburg, NY 14886 

CHADWICK RIDDLEBERGER 

117 Stephens Dr PO Box 234 

Troutville, VA 24175 

KELLY RIGGAN 

7008 Huntsboro Rd 

OXford, NC 27565 

IKHWAN RIM 

92-29 Queens Blvd #15B 

Flushing, NY 11374 

JOHN RIMM 

2135 Westbury Dr RD #1 

Stroudsburg, PA 18360 

DAVID RIOS 

57313 Pueblo Tr 

Yucca Valley, CA 92284 

THOMAS RITTENHOUSE 

6402 Deland Ave 

Fay NC 28303 

KAREN SMITH ROBERTS 

RR5 Box 376 

Fay NC 28301 

LISA ROBERTS 

527 Farmview Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

JASON ROBERTSON 

112 Weatherstone Dr - Apt 304 

Fay NC 28311 

MAURICE ROBERTSON 

306 Roush Rd 

Fay NC 28305 

WANDA HOPKINS ROBERSON 

RR3 Box 128F 

Cameron, NC 28326 



TIMOTHY ROBINSON 

5452 Ramsey St #6 

Fay NC 28311 

MICHAEL ROCHELEAU 

14 Whipporwill Dr 

Shrewsbury, MA 01545 

DANIEL RODBOURN 

1330 Kienast Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

BRIAN RODGERS 

8880 Sweetbriar St 

Manassas, VA 22110 

ANA RODRIGUEZ 

AV Garcia Largo 5 

39005 Santander 

SPAIN 

LISA ROGERS 

1727 Elsie St 

Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 

PAMELA ROGERS 

432 Ridgemont Dr 14626 

Rochester, NY 14626 

MICHAEL ROMIG 

4333 Forestview Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

MARK RONCACE 

5749 Cinnamon Dr 

West Palm Beach, FL 33415 

VICKI RONSICK 

2 10C Heather Ridge Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

ABELDELIZ ROSA 

7123 Enfield Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

BRUNILDA ROSA 

7123 Enfield Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

KEVIN ROY 

323 Sterling Rd 

Jacksonville, NC 28546 

WAYLINDA ROYAL 

2915G Gordan Way 

Fay NC 28303 

BRENT ROZAR 

11210 Crawford Rd 

Homerville, OH 44235 

TODD RUBIN 

561 Blossomhill Ln 

Cincinnati, OH 45224 

SHANNON RUMGAY 

6450 Hidden Creek Dr 

San Jose, CA 95120-1919 

CHAD RUPERT 

760 S E 2nd Ave #6206 

Deerfeild Beach, FL 33441 

SHANNON RYGALSKI 

1024 Cain Rd. - Apt. 4 

Fay, NC 28303 



PETER SABO 

5420 Sandstone Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

THOMAS SACHARIASON 

149 Villa Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

JEREMY SACHS 

20 Alden Rd 

blackwood, NJ 08012 

NORIHIRO SAKAKIBARA 

Kawai 326 Fukuroi 

Shizuoka 437 

JAPAN 

JAVIER SALDANA 

Calle 9 H10 Sans Souri 

Bayamon, PR 00957 



SANDRA SALINAS 

502 Waterbury Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

GENEVA SANDERS 

928 Tamarack - Apt 12103 

Fay NC 28311 

RAMONA SANTOS 

c/o Karin Santos 

HQ V Corps Gl Uni#25202 

APO New York, NY 09079 

JENNIFER SAVANI 

16 Meadowlark Ln 

Lock Haven, PA 

STEVEN SAWYER 

RR10 Box 583 No 3 

Fay NC 28311 

STEVE SCARBROUGH 

3458 Thorndike Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

TIMOTHY SCHIEFFELIN 

1952 South Blvd 

Maitland, FL 32751 

ANDREA SCHMALTZ 

509 Offing Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

KATHY SCHULTINGKEMPER 

2F Alta Villa 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

GESA SCHULTZ 

118 Mobile Ln 

Fay NC 28311 

MICHAEL SCOBEE 

5645 Dodge Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

DAVID SCOTT 

678 Walker St 

Fay NC 28311 

THOMAS SECCAFICO 

109 Loop Dr 

Sayville, NY 11782 

BRYAN SEIBERT 

6049 25th St S 

Saint Petersburg, FL 33712 

MICHELLE SELLERS 

112 Weatherstone Dr - Apt #204 

Fay NC 28311 

JASON SETZER 

RR 2 Box 51 

Maiden, NC 28650 

DARLA SEXTON 

6823 Shaw Cross Rd 

Fay NC 28314 

LOUIS SEYMOUR 

121 Kirkland Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

KIMBERLEY SHACKLEFORD 

1512 Heartland Dr 

Fay NC 28314 

MELINDA SHAH 

1315 Yaupon Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

CHARLES SHARP 

612th QM Co 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

CHRISTOPHER SHAW 

5101 Queens Wood Dr 

Burke, VA 22015 

TIMOTHY SHAW 

RR9 Box 4 

Coatesville, PA 19320 

SARAH SHEW 

112 SE 35th St 

Oak Island, NC 28465 

ALISON SHIRLEY 

127K Treetop Dr 

Fay NC 28311 



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LORRAINE SHREVE 

2013 Dockside Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

ANDREW SHUCK 

5405 Canter Dr 

Roanoke, VA 24018 

ALICE SIMMONS 

5361 Alamo Dr 

Winston-Salem, NC 27104 

ROBERT SIMMONS 

B3-319 AFAR Bastonga Dr 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

DOUGLAS SIMPSON 

RR4 Box 489 

Raeford, NC 28376 

JOSHUA SIMPSON 

RR1 Box 483 

Pilot Mountain, NC 27041 

JOANNE SINGLETON-PRICE 

5318 Hampton Rd 

Fay NC 28311 

AMY SMITH 

RR1 Box 986 Doe Run Rd 

Salisbury, MD 21801 

ANDREW SMITH 

329 Wynnewood Dr 

High Point, NC 27263 

CHRISTIE SMITH 

204 Del Ray Dr 

Anniston, AL 36203 

DAVID C. SMITH 

4716 Grant Ave 

Philadelphia, PA 19114 

DUANE SMITH 

425 McDougald Dr 

Raeford, NC 28376 

DWAYNE SMITH 

202 Elizabeth St 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 

KARI SMITH 

RR23 Box 167B 

Fay NC 28301 

KIMBERLY SMITH 

222 Webster Rd 

Graham, NC 27253 

KRISTY SMITH 

222 Webster Rd 

Graham, NC 27253 

LYNDER SMITH 

708 Woodcliff Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

MITCHELL SMITH 

RR4 Box 796 

Fay NC 28314 

TIFFANY SMITH 

RR10 Box 300A-18 Pine St 

Fay NC 28311 

SHARON SMYZUK 

1120 N Main St 

Williamstown, NJ 08094 

MELISSA SOWERS 

4309 Bragg Blvd 

Fay NC 28303 

JEANEEN SPEARS 

703 Skycliff Ct 

Fay NC 28301 

JAYMIE SPOHN 

1959 Merrimac Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

LOUIS STAFFORD 

300 Poplar Ln 

Pearisburg, VA 24134 

REBECCA STALNAKER 

PO Box 79 

Williston, NC 28589 

THOMAS STANG 

5533 Fairway Dr 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 



KEVIN STARKE 

23 Hawthorne Rd 

Kings Park, NY 11754 

ELMER STARKEY 

1507 Wells Rd 

Kinston, NC 28501 

CRYSTAL MICHELLE STARNES 

1301H Leon St 

Durham, NC 27705 

LARA STEELE 

4209 Deadwyler Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

MICHELLE STEEN 

5545 Hendrick Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

STEFAN STEFANSSON 

Hulduland 36 Iceland 

Reykjavik 108 

ICELAND 

BRYAN STEINHAGEN 

412 Oakridge Rd 
Cary, NC 27511 
TERRI JO STEM 
515 Moravian Ave 
Easton, PA 18042 
TRISHA STEM 
515 Moravian Ave 
Easton, PA 18042 
MICHAEL STEPHENS 
255 Walnut Ave 
Madison, WV 25130 
SANDRA STEPHENS 
2309 Cleveland Ave 
Fay NC 28301 
GEOFFREY STEVENS 
401 Bounty Way #163 
Avon Lake, OH 44012 
TRENDA STEVENS 
729 Sampson Homes 
Clinton, NC 28328 
PRESTON STOKER 
RR11 Box 413 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
WENDY STONE 

PO Drawer D 
Wendell, NC 27591 
FRANK STREETER 
6032 Henrietta Dr 
Fay NC 28306 
DOLORES STRICKLAND 
1 808 Stockton Dr 
Fay NC 28301 
KATHERINE STRICKLAND 

413 Ralph St 
Fay NC 28301 
DANIEL STROUP 
PO Box 226 
Bedford, PA 15522 
LAURA STUMP 
4417 BelfordDr 
Fay NC 28304 
PATRICIA STUMP 
7635 Firethorn 

Fay NC 28311 
SHAWN STUMP 
4547 Parkwood Cir 
Fay NC 28304 
JILL STURENFELDT 
138 Skyview Dr 
Jeannette, PA 15644 
YUKA SUGIYAMA 
MC Box 12312 
Fay NC 28311 
STEVEN SURCY 
RR5 Box 183 
Kinston, NC 28501 



BETHANY SURRIDGE 

3010 Stonehenge Ct 

Fay NC 28306 

TOSHIYASU SUZUKI 

MC Box 12281 Attn: Jane Cherry 

Fay NC 28311 

DENNIS SWAN 

RR1 Box 15 Barfield MHP 

Linden, NC 28356 

MARGARET SWOBODA 

1810 Cawdor Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

AMANDA J. SYKES 

RR1 Box 56 

Godwin, NC 28344 

AMANDA JEAN SYKES 

601 Brisbane Ct 

Fay NC 28314 

JAMES SYKES 

444 Morningside Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

MELISSA SYKES 

444 Morningside Dr 

Fay NC 283 11 

STEVE SZAKAL 

205 Navajo St 

Fay NC 28303 



DOUGLAS TABLER 

313 Franklin St 
Cape May, NJ 08024 
DEREK TANG 
1457 Lorong 17/21K 
46400 Petaling Jaya 
Selangor 
MALAYSIA 
ANGELA TAYLOR 
PO Box 2021 
Elizabethtown, NC 28337 
JAMAL TAYLOR 
9105 Tweed Rd 
Richmond, VA 23228 
KELLY TAYLOR 
5666 Blythewood Ln 
Fay NC 28311 
LISA TAYLOR 
210 Hill St PO Box 233 
Elizabethtown, NC 28337 
SUSANNE TAYLOR 
30 Normandy Dr 
Ft Bragg, NC 28307 
TIMOTHY TAYLOR 
RR7 Box 608 
Louisburg, NC 27543 
DAVID TEAGUE 
1 1 1 Heatherwood Dr 
Garner, NC 27529 
DARREN TEBBANHAM 
St Andra Bessie Ln 
Bradwell S302HZ 
SHEFFIELD 
FRANCES TEDFORD 
1418 Skycrest Dr 
Fay NC 28304 
JUSTIN TERRANOVA 
95 Wilton Rd W 
Ridgefield, CT 06877 
JONATHAN TERRY 
5409 Sumac Cir 
Fay NC 28304 
TRACY TEW 
2136 Daniels Dr 
Fay NC 28301 
JULIE THEISS 
6241 Yewelene Dr 
Fay NC 28314 



ALISON THETFORD 

27 Hamilton St 
Ft Bragg, NC 28307 
CHARLES THOMAS 
PO Box 66 
Rowland, NC 28383 
HOWARD THOMAS 
MC Box 12159 
Fay NC 28311 
STEPHEN THOMAS 
3843 Starbridge Dr 
Hope Mills, NC 28348 
DARREN THOMPSON 
RR6 Box 403 
Goldboro, NC 27530 
DAWN THOMPSON 
5819 Folkstone Rd 
Bethesda, MD 20817 
DOUGLAS THOMPSON 
835 Caroway Blvd 
Columbus, OH 43230 
STEPHANIE THOMPSON 
2306 16th Ave 
Vera Beach, FL 32960 
KATINA THORNE 
4D Hyde PI 
Fay NC 28306 
MICHAEL THRASH 
RR1 Box 438D 
Fay NC 28301 
WILLIAM TISHER 
2726 Seclusion Dr 
Anchorage, AK 99504 
RODNEY TOLENTINO 
201 Wolcott Ct 
Fay NC 28314 
JOHN TOMEL 
RR6 Box 178X 
Mocksville, NC 27028 
HEATHER TOMERLIN 
213 Vineland Dr 
Fay NC 28306 
SCOTTIE TOOTLE 
RR5 Box 791AA 
Newport, NC 28570 
JOHN TORMAN 
903 Springdale Dr 
Jacksonville, NC 28540 
GREGORY TRAHAN 
2118 Constitution Dr 
Fay NC 28301 
MICHELLE TRAHAN 
2118 Constitution Dr 
Fay NC 28301 
SANDRA TRIPP 
2101 South Scales - Apt 21 A 
Reidsville, NC 27320 
BRIAN TROLINGER 
128 Darr Ave 
Carlisle, PA 17013 
WILLIAM TRUEX 
419 Osborn Ave 
Brick, NJ 08723 
DAVID TRYBUS 
1765 Hampton Course 
Saint Charles, IL 60174 
SARAH "SAM" TUTT 
1650 Ten Mile Fork Rd 
Trenton, NY 28585-8586 
TEENA TYLER 
PO Box 35292 
fay NC 28303 
MARC TYNDALE 
7734 Avondale Ter 
Harrisburg, PA 17112 
WILLIAM TYNDALL 
RR3 Box 347B 
Clinton, NC 28328 



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CHIKA UCHIHASHI 

1-17-1 Komagawa Higashi 
Osaka Shi Fu 546 
JAPAN 

JENNIFER UGUCCIONI 
235 Concord 
Fay NC 28311 
ANNE ULEMAN 
3440 Hidden Meadow Dr 
Fairfax, VA 22033 
ONYE UMERAH 
400 John St Lot 14 
Spring Lake, NC 28390 
WON "GIL" UN 
1006 Lofton Dr 
Fay NC 28311 
JENNA UPPINGHOUSE 
3533 Elizabeth Dr 
Fay NC 28304 
ROBERT URBAN 
1910 Case St 
Lumberton, NC 28358 
JAMELLE USHERY 
150F Third Ave 
Albany, NY 12202 
TERRELL UTLEY 
2172 Big Pinie Rd 
Clayton, NC 27520 



GREGORY MICHAEL VALLEE 

25 Valhalla Cir 
Columbia, SC 29223 
CARA VANDENBERGHE 
4900 Galleon Ct 
New Port Richey, FL 34652 
DEBORAH VANDERROEST 
6334 Hackberry Dr 
Hope Mills NC 28348 
DEIDRA VANDERVORT 
80 Stewart Ave - Apt 9 
Newburgh, NY 12550 
BEATRIX VANGEFFEN 
6313 Greyfield Rd 
Fay NC 28303 

CLINTON VANLANINGHAM 
36W957 Tree Top Ln 
Saint Charles, IL 60174 
ANTHONY VANNESS 
RR4 Box 352A 
Alexandria, IN 46001 
BENJAMIN VANNESS 
RR4 Box 325A 
Alexandria, IN 46001 
FREDERICK VANSTEEN 
Box 3 RR291 
Stittville, NY 13469 
PATRICIA VASELECH 
5967 Rehoboth Rd 
Hope Mills, NC 28348 
AARON VENNE 
1704 W 5th St 
Eveleth, MN 55734 
TRISHA VINCENT 
1209 Woodland Dr 
Fay, NC 28305 
PEGGY VLASKO 
642 Flyers Dr 
Linden, NC 28356 



BETH WINDLEY WACKERHAGEN 

22 IF Heather Ridge Dr 
Fay NC 28311 
CHRIS WADDELL 

29 Regency Ct 
Marlton, NJ08053 



JEFFREY WAFFLE 

RR1 Box 1002 

Morris, NY 13808 

BEN WALL 

1107 Wentworth St 

Reidsville, NC 27320 

JAN WALLS BOCK 

720 Tamarack Dr - Apt 7111 

Fay NC 28311 

ANDREW WALMSLEY 

1248 N Forest Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

FLETCHER WALTERS 

5521 Deep Hollow Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

KELLY WALTERS 

257 Olde Harbour Tr 

Rochester, NY 14612 

MARY WALTERS 

529 Walking Ln 

Fay NC 28311 

RICHARD WALTERS 

RR6 Box 319D 

Clinton, NC 28328 

BARBARA WARD 

4716 Republican Rd - Apt B 

Fay NC 28311 

LIONEL WASHINGTON 

1518 Joliet St 

New Orleans, LA 70118 

SUSAN LEIGH WATKINS 

RR5 Box 205 2852 Watkins Town Rd 

Raleigh, NC 27604 

HENRY WATSON 

3221 Rogers Dr 

Fay NC 28303 

CELIA WEAVER 

5721 Dobson Dr 

Fay NC 28311 

KIMBERLY WEAVER 

104 Old Gate Rd 

Fay NC 28314 

MARGARET WEAVER 

5599 Lockridge Rd 

Fay NC 28311 

MARK WEBER 

4074 Redwing Dr 

Spring Hill, FL 34606 

ALTON WEBSTER 

610 School Rd 

Fay NC 28314 

AMY WEHNER 

3120 Ramblewood Dr - Apt IB 

Indianapolis, IN 46286 

MICHAEL WEIS 

7522 Southgate Rd 

Fay NC 28304 

DARLENE WEISS 

76C Sicily Dr 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

LEE ANN BALDWIN 

5311 Cherry Ln 

Fay NC 28304 

BRENT WEST 

PO Box 46 

Selbyville, DE 19975 

ELLEN WESTCOAT 

335 Red Magnolia Ct 

Millersville.MD 21108 

JENNIFER WEYANDT 

806 Elizabeth Ave 

Reading, PA 19605 

BRETT WHALEY 

15841 Kiowa St NW 

Anoka, MN 55304 

HOLLY WHEELER 

RR4 Box 424 

Angier, NC 27501 



KATRINA WHITAKER 

532 Lambert St 

Fay NC 28305 

JONATHAN WHITE 

6700 Sexton Ct 

Fay NC 28304 

STACEY TROY WHITE 

6700 Sexton Ct 

Fay NC 28304 

SHANNON WHITEHURST 

735 Maxwell St 

Stedman, NC 28391 

TELLY WHITFIELD 

472 Garrison PI 

Virginia Beach, VA 23452 

LISA WHITMORE 

845 Lincoln Dr 

Fredericksburg, VA 22407 

TIFFANY WHITTED 

3225 Willard Dr 

Fay NC 28301 

CHARLOTTE BROYLES WHOLTERS 

2206 Knight PI #6 

Spring Lake, NC 28390 

JEREMY WIERNASZ 

22 Spring St 

Easthampton, MA 01027 

MICHAEL WILDING 

5320 Blue Water PI 

Fay NC 28311 

GUYLA WILKINSON 

5707 Five Sisters Ct 

Fay NC 28311 

TINA WILKINSON 

1435 Duncan St 

Fay NC 28303 

CRAIG WILLE 

226 Mimosa Dr 

Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 

EDNA JEAN WILLIAMS 

RR1 Box 300 

Linden, NC 28356 

ERICK WILLIAMS 

RR2 Box 374 

Ahoskie, NC 27910 

JASON WILLIAMS 

5020 SE Meadow Springs Blvd 

Stuart, FL 34997 

KEVIN WILLIAMS 

403 S Magnolia Ave 

Dunn, NC 28334 

MARY WILLIAMS 

6105 Lakeway Dr 

Fay NC 28306 

MICHAEL WILLIAMS 

5017 Northriding Ct 

Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 

JOAN WILLIAMSON 

15B Bastogne Dr 

Fay NC 28304 

•CATHERINE WILLIAMSON 

82 Provider Cir 

Pope A F B, NC 28308 

MATTHEW WILLIS 

204 Bishop St 

Ft Bragg, NC 28307 

ANTHONY WILSON 

1700 Shaw Rd 

Fay NC 28301 

MEGAN REBECCA WILSON 

141 Long Ridge Dr 

Wilmington, NC 28405 

MICHELLE WILSON 

1811 Rivergate Rd 

Fay NC 28304 

TAMARA WILSON 

504 Deer Path Rd 

Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 



DIEDRE WINDSOR 

410 Dunrobin Dr 
Raeford, NC 28376 
TINA WINESETTE 
130 Ellerslie Dr 
Fay NC 28303 
ERIC WITHROW 
4838 Camberlane Dr 
Orlando, FL 32812 
RICHARD WITTMANN 
PO Box 191046 
San Diego, CA 92119 
PAUL WOJCIK 
5320 Blue Water PI 
Fay, NC 28311 
SONDRA WOLFE 
231 Springer Dr 
Raeford, NC28376 
JASON WOLFF 
4607 Whitby PI 
Greensboro, NC 27406 
PHILLIP WOLFORD 
1309 Summit Ave 
Fay NC 28305 
CHRISTINE WOLTER 
70 E Bayview St 
Massapequa, NY 11758 
CALEB LANE WRAY 
2700 Compton PI 
Fay NC 28304 
CEDRIC WRIGHT 
3319 Yerger Rd 
Richmond, Va 23223 
FREDRICK WRIGHT 
RR2 Box 204 
Stedman, NC 28391 
JACK WRIGHT 
308 5th St 

Watkins Glen, NY 14891 
KRISTIN WRIGHT 
16 Del Ter 
Meriden, CT 06450 
PETER WRIGHT 
2425 Morganton Rd 
Fay NC 28303 
ROGER BRYAN WRIGHT 
120 Windwood Dr 
Stedman, NC 28391 
MERRIE WRINKLE 
7969 Pine Buff Ct 
Fay NC 28311 
MICHELLE JINNETTE 
112 Mazak Ct 
Ft Bragg, NC 28307 



JOHN SI CHIANG YANG 

MC Box 12271 

Fay NC 28311 

JOLIE YATES 

606 Lufkin Cir 

Fay NC 28311 

KARRAN YATES 

44705 Belford Rd 

Fay NC 28314 

ROGERS LEE YATES 

4705 Belford Rd 

Fay NC 28314 

SIMONE YOUNG 

2501 Beverly Rd - Apt #1 

Brooklyn, NY 11226 

WILLIAM YOUNG 

PO Box 514 

Lake Waccamaw, NC 28450 

AE KYOUNG YUN 

6021 Cotton Valley 

Fay NC 28304 



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This year, the students of Methodist College wish to extend a warm 
farewell to Kathy Woltz. Although Ms. Woltz has been with us for 
many years, she will not be returning after the summer sessions of 
'93. She has been a great influence on the lives of many students 
and has become a personal friend to all who have known her. Kathy 
Woltz's absence will surely have a great impact on the whole student 
body of Methodist College and though her position may be well-filled 
by another, she will never be replaced. We have been blessed to have 
her with us throughout the years and wish her happiness on the new 
roads she will travel. This message is for you Kathy — we want you 
to know that you are the best, we love you and will greatly miss you. 

Farewell Kathy Woltz, 

The Methodist College Student Body 

and Class of '93 



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hank You. 






Methodist College Supporters 



Trustees 



Foundation 



Board of Visitors 




Mr Richard R Allen. Sr. 
Mr. Frank 1. Ballard 
Mr. Frank Barragan. Jr. 
Rev. Dr John K. Bergland 
Rev Theodore Von Carter, Sr. 
Mr. Walter Clark 
Mr. William Clark 
Mrs. Buena Vista Coggin 
Mr. Murray O. Duggins 
Rev, Camille Yorkey Edwards 
Rev. William H. Gattis 
Mr. John B. Gillam, III 
Mrs. Betty Upchurch Hasty 
Mr. Joseph M. Hatcher. Sr. 
Mr. Robert C. Hatfield 
Rev George W. Johnson 
Mrs. Jane Hook Hohnson 
Mr. Vance B. Neal 
Mr. James B. Noc 
Mrs. JoAnna Cherry Palumbo 
Mr. W. Daniel Pale 
Dr. Charles M. Reeves, Jr. 
Mr. J. P. Riddle 
Dr. Mott B. Blair 

rs. Blanche Brian 
Mr. F. D. Byrd, Jr. 

Norman J. Campbell 
Mr. J. Nelson Gibson 
Dr. J. W. Hensdalc 
Dr. W. E, Horner 
Dr. W. Robert Johnson 
Rev. Dr. Clyde McCarver 
Dr. I. H. O'Hanlon 
Dr. Vergil E. Queen 
Mr. W. V. Register 



Mr. T. Lynwood Smith 

Senator Terry Sanford 

Rev. William W. Sherman, Jr 

Mr Louis Spilman, Jr. 

Dr Frank P. Slout 

Mr R Dillard Teer 

Mrs. Terri S. Union 

Mr. Joe W. Walker 

Mr. Sherrill Williams 

Mr. Harrison H. Williamson 

Mr. John W. Wyatt, Jr. 

Mr. Ramon L. Yarborough 



James M Kizcr. President 

Jean Hodges. First Vice President 
Mike Pleasant. Secretary 
CT Daniel. Treasurer 
Stanley G Griffin. Immediate 
Past President 
Frank K. Barragan 
A B Bryant 



William Wellons 
Wilson Yarborough 



Mrs Bilhe Alphin 

Mr. Woodrow P Bass 

Mr. Joe Beck 

Mr. W. A. Bissctie 

Mr Graham B Blamon 

Mr Dohn Broadwell 

Mrs. Mary Lynn Bryan 

Mr. Johnny Bryant 

Mr. Howard Bullard 

Mr. John W Buller 

Mr. Jesse Byrd 

Mr. John C. Byrd 

Mr. Anthony Chavonne 

Mr. Nolan P Clark 

Mr. John W Cline, Jr 

Mr. George Council 

Mr. Russell C. Crowell 

Mr Russ Davenport, Jr. 

Mr John C. Ellsworth 

Mrs. Sue McDonald Evans 

Mr- R. B. Goforth 

Mr- Dan Gore 

Mr. William Harrison 

Mr. Wayne C. Hewitt 

Mrs. Marianna Hollinshcd 

Mr. Charles B.C. Holt 

Mr. Troy Howard 

Mr. Bill Hurley 

Mr. C C. Ingram 

Miss Elva L. Jess 

Mr. W. Diehl Jones 

Dr. Paul Johnson 

Dr William R. Jordan 

Mr. Jerry A. Keen 

Ms. Lynn Legatski 



Reeves School of Business 
Advisory Council 




Mr. F. R. Loyd. Jr 

Mr. Michael Mayberry 

Mr Albert O McCauley 

Mr. David M McCune. Sr 

Mrs. Susan McMillan 

Mr Tom Minello 

Mr. Walter Moorman 

Mr Mitchell A Nance 

Mrs. Virginia Thompson Oliver 

Mrs Suzanne Barlow Pennink 

Ms. Dena Poller 

Mr. William L. Prentice 

Mr. Anlhony E Rand 

Mrs Sylvia Ray 

Dr. Janelle Rosenberg 

Mr Bob Smith 

Mr. Charles Speeglc 

Mrs. Mildred B. Starling 

Mr. Charles 1. Stewart 

Mrs. Marie Stewari 

Mr. W. Lyndo Tippeit 

Mr. James B. Townscnd 

Mr. Charles E. Warren 

Mr. Lee Warren, Jr. 

Mr. M. J. Weeks 

Mr. Williams S. Wellons. Sr. 

Mr. Bill West 

Mr. John D- Wheeler 

Mr. John H. Wheeler 

Mrs. Pamela Teer Whilden 

Mr. David G. Wilson 

Mr. C. Thomas Wood 

Mr. Jerry C. Wood 

Mr. Harvery T. Wright. II 




D. Keith Allison 
Anthony Cimaglia 
Jimmy Harvey 
Roy E. Larscn 
Donna Clayton Lloyd 
Mike Mayberry 
Rajan Shamdasani 
Jimmy Townsend 
Dr. James K. Weeks 
Calvin B. Wells 






Editor's Note 



There are no words to express how stressful the yearbook has been this year. 
How I made it through it is beyond me. We have had setbacks ranging from 
computer glitches to write-ups that were never submitted. In any event, you are 
looking at the final product. (Praise the Lord). Not only is the yearbook finally 
finished, but I am as well. After two years of co-editorship, I have decided to turn 
my golden cropper (for those of you that don't know, that's a yearbook utensil) 
over to the next willing person. My hair has already turned gray and I'm afraid 
that if I don't quit now my teeth will fall out. In any event, there are many thanks 
in order for the people who kept me in one piece this year. Jeannie Denman is at 
the top of the list for taking charge when I needed her to, teaching me how to use 
this blasted computer, sharing my moments of crisis with me, and being an overall 
best friend. Next, I must thank Bill Billings. Bill has been a great advisor and has 
always been there when we needed him. I can't tell you how many times he's had 
to get photos printed overnight or even the same day for us. He's caught all our 
typos (or most of them at least) and made it possible for Jeannie and I to work 
together while in separate states. Bill, you're great. I must now thank my willing 
and hard working staff. Though you're small in number, you were great in help. 
I also want to thank my roommate (Sam) for putting up with the mess in the room, 
my parent's for words of encouragement, Kim Honan and Joy helping me pull a 
24 hr. deadline and most of all my God for getting me out of this alive. 

your retiring co-editor, 
Rachel Juren 



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r ell, it's finally done. (Whew! 
Sigh! Aaah!) Gone are the 
nights of Yearbook Hell in the 
basement of Garber Dorm when I lived 
on cola and cigarettes. The job of year- 
book editor was much harder than I 
thought it would be, but I think this 
book was worth all the stress. I really 
hope you (and your kids, and your 
grandkids, and ...) enjoy it. Before my 
academy award speech, I have to thank 
God first. I truly did this book on one 
set of footprints. 



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n the top of my list of people 
(to thank is Mr. Bill Billings. We 
couldn't have done this book 
without all of his help — as an advisor 
he went above and beyond the call of 
duty and pulled his hair out with the 
rest of us. I also have to thank all of 
the publications staff down in the back 
of the Mallett-Rogers House, and es- 
pecially Kim Honan and Joy Kirkpa- 
trick who put in extra time to help Ra- 
chel stuff envelopes after I'd gone home 
to New York. 



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ur Herff-Jones representative 
(was always there for us, and 
called in to check on us when 
he hadn't heard from us in a while. 
THANK YOG BRENT!!! His wife was 
there to relay messages for us, and 
knew as much about our book as he 
did. Thank you Mrs. DeWeese!! 



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ihe next big thank you 
goes to shutterbug Keith 
Jacobs, whose photog- 
raphy internship brought him 
to Methodist College for the fall 
of 1993 (don't ask me what 
school he's from, I'm clueless 
on that one). He took most of 
the pictures that we have of ac- 
tivities from the fall semester, 
and was a God-send to me as a 
new editor. A yearbook is noth- 
ing without pictures to fill in 
those 1,000 words. Thank you 
to Chris Ryan, Mike Safely, Paul 
Wilson, Theresa Carlevaro, Mi- 
chael Thrash, and everyone else 
who contributed pictures. 



There are some people that helped me im- 
mensely once 1 got to New York and had to 
rely on the miracles of the Communications 
Age to correct and send back proofs. A very 
special thank you goes to my uncle, Richard 
Denman, and the rest of the folks at Pleasant 
Acres Campground who helped me with com- 
puter needs, FAX-ing, and let me correct year- 
book problems over the phone on work time. 
Thank you to my family, who had to put up 
with computer mess, my complaining, and 
the incessant tapping of computer keys and 
the loud, high-pitched "NN-YANT" of the 
printer. 




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Thank you as well to my co-editor, 
Rachel Juren, who went through a 
bunch of late nights with me, and to 
the more dedicated of my staff: Leigh 
Watkins (Sports Editor), Tammy Wil- 
son (Freshmen), Camisha Bell, Jay Ohl- 
macher (Seniors), Sarah Shew, and Mi- 
chael Thrash. Todd Lyden, Alice Sim- 
mons, Crystal Grizzard also lent much- 
needed hands. Thanks also to the Stu- 
dent Affairs bunch who helped to ID 
people. 



re could not have cre- 
ated this yearbook 
without computers. 
Kudos go to Sam Clark and Eli- 
zabeth Bartlett of the computer 
center who were on hand for on- 
campus computer problems 
(and I still haven't gotten over 
there). On the Herff-Jones team 
is Ricky Martin, who was life- 
saver as I tried to get work done 
in New York with the instruc- 
tion book in North Carolina. 
Thank you Ricky! My thanks 
also goes to my uncle Richard 
for fixing some problems with 
the yearbook computer once I 
got it to New York. 



Thank you as well to those who just came 
down to "Hell" (the Student Publications Room 
in the basement of Garber) with me to alle- 
viate my stress, to Q98 DJ Dave Stone for 
playing all of my requests at 0-dark-hundred 
in the morning, to Adriane Williams, and to 
Kathy Woltz for always having a listening ear 
and good advice. Kathy, you will be dearly 
missed. Finally, I must wrap up by thanking 
all of the residents of Garber Hall, the people 
in the Theatre Department, and all of my 
friends (especially my roommate and best 
friend Theresa Carlevaro) who were subjected 
to my moans of being in "Yearbook Hell" and 
loved me through all of it anyway. 



THANK YOG!!! 



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volume xxx of carillon was printed by herff-jones, 
incorporated, monrgomery, alabama...a total of 675 
copies were printed by off-set lirhography...rhe cover 
is a blind embossed design by methodisr college senior 
rodney charles harris and was quarrerbound block 
and dork plum leothertex materials with a pale gold 
silkscreen application with 160 pr. davey's binder 
board...rhe endsheet stock is a recycled limestone fi- 
bertext 65# paper stock.pages 1-32 are printed on 
80# bordeaux special paper stock while the remain- 
der of the book was printed on an 80# Calais special 
paper srock..a staff of about a dozen students with 
the instruction of mr. bill billings compiled the 200 page 
edition..editors were jeannie denman and rachel jur- 
en...most of the photographs were taken by visiting 
intern keirh Jacobs and by advisor mr. bill bill- 
ings...typefaces for the book were from deluxe type 
and including varying point sizes of times roman, old 
english, serif gothic bold italic, and korinna...most photos 
for the current events section were furnished by ap/ 
wide world photos..exceptional guidance was given 
to the staff by herff-jones representative brent 
deweese